ABC News(NEW YORK) — Sen. Tim Kaine (D-VA) and Gov. Mike Pence (R-IN) squared off Tuesday night in the first and only Vice Presidential debate of the 2016 race. For undecided voters across the country, the debate offered a chance to learn more about the policies and plans of the candidates at the top of each ticket, through their lesser-known running mates.
A majority of Americans, 64 percent, said they were likely to tune in, with 10 percent saying the debate could have a major impact on their vote in November, according to ABC News polling.
As Election Day nears, ABC News has been tracking the decision-making process of three undecided voters in key, battleground states. Lacey Dickinson, a 28-year-old non-profit staffer in Philadelphia, Penn. is closely watching the race, with an eye towards casting her ballot either for Hillary Clinton or Green Party candidate, Jill Stein.
Carolyn Garavente, a 24-year-old project manager in Greensboro, NC is struggling to fully support her party’s candidate — Donald Trump.
And Peter Macone, a 32-year-old restaurant manager in Manchester, NH, is torn between voting for Clinton and writing in the former candidate with whom he most-closely aligns — Bernie Sanders.
All three watched and heard what Kaine and Pence had to say Tuesday night. Did it help them reach a decision?
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