" With weeks left in the billion-dollar-plus race for the White House, Barack Obama and Mitt Romney will spend time duking it out over issues until one is left holding the Holy Grail of American politics as he wins the right to serve as 45th president of the United States.
While many voters have made up their minds, a small but influential group representing anywhere from 5 percent to 20 percent – described as “undecided” or “swing voters” – will likely be the ones who determine the outcome.
National polls show Obama with an edge, but Romney within spitting distance — which makes the forums, debates and campaign stops left in the campaign so vital.
To help voters learn more, CBS Local invited the two candidates to answer 10 key questions in the CBS Local Presidential Forum, which kicks off Thursday, October 4th, with the issue of the economy and jobs.
During the next 10 weekdays, a new question covering a topic that matters to you will be posted each day on presidentialforum.cbslocal with the candidates’ answers.
You’re invited to hear directly from the candidates about their policies and vision for our nation "
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