September 8, 2012
Charlottesville Obama campaign volunteers have wrapped up their canvassing across the city Saturday afternoon. Their goal was to talk to undecided voters.
Volunteers say speaking with undecided voters is the most important work they can do. They want to capitalize on what they are calling "incredible enthusiasm" from the Democratic National Convention.
Volunteers say there are several issues that are keeping undecided voters on the fence.
"The two issues that seemed to be glaring are obviously the economy and job creation, as well as women's issues. Those two seemed to be foremost in most people minds right now," said volunteer Patty Haling.
Their were 150 people canvassing door to door in Charlottesville and thousands across the state.
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