Voters Eager For Debate
Voters say the health care bill and Medicare are key issues they are looking forward to hearing about. Video by nbc26.comvideo
President Obama squares off against Republican Mitt Romney Wednesday in the first of 3 televised debates. President Obama is looking to maintain his lead in the polls, but many say the debate could change things.
Customers at this Ashwaubenon restaurant say they're hungry for a good debate.
"This is their first opportunity to go head to head with issues and it's always interesting to see how factual they are and how they play off each other," said Glenn Whitaker.
Voters say the health care bill and Medicare are key issues they are looking forward to hearing about.
"It's important to see where both candidates stand on some very important issues, and being in the health care industry it's obviously the thing I’ll be paying attention to the most," said Ashok Rai.
Over at Lambeau field there is no argument over which NFL team to root for, but there is some division when it comes to the debate.
"I’m looking forward to see if Romney can put up a good show and maybe make up some ground," said Romney supporter Gary Phillips.
Both sides are looking forward to a spirited debate from Denver.