A group gathered in Chillicothe to watch the debate and comment on what they heard
It was pizza and politics in Chillicothe, a community long considered a bellwether for the presidential race, as about a dozen people gathered around a TV to watch the first debate between President Obama and Mitt Romney.
You won't find too many people who still haven't made up their minds on who they'll vote for in the presidential race.
Kathryn Clausen is one of them. Two years ago, her husband lost his good paying job and she and one of her child became seriously ill. Healthcare and education are her top issues. She didn't feel the president gave her enough information about what he would do to help she and her children. But, she also felt Romney left a lot of questions unanswered as well.
Irma Felicia Carey, the owner of a couple of small businesses and a non-profit, is also unsure who she'll cast a vote for. She's split on who could do more for the economy and healthcare.
But the choice is clear for Mike Menendez. He's concerned about the debt that's being racked up and what it means for his children and grandchildren.
Hollie Zaniewski-McKillip, however, is not a Romney fan. Her husband's job doesn't offer health insurance and she's a stay at home mom. She didn't think the Republican gave many details about what he'd do to help her situation and she likes the president's health care plan.