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One night removed from the election season's second presidential debate, on Wednesday, "Piers Morgan Tonight" invited four of the undecided voters who had been chosen to ask questions to the candidates as part of the evening's "Town Hall" format.
Joining Piers Morgan in studio for a live face to face interview, Kerry Ladka, Carol Goldberg, Jeremy Epstein, and Nina Gonzalez all enjoyed an opportunity to review their national moment from the evening before, providing some insight into the specifics of the experience.
After having raised a question about gun control during the event, Gonzalez revealed that she then met with both men later in the evening.
"Did either of them give you any glimmer of hope," wondered Morgan.
"I was anxious to hear President [Barack] Obama's reaction, and then we were cut off, because someone redirected his attention," she explained. "I had a fantasy of asking him to meet with me again so I can hear his response."
"Well, I'm sure he's watching, so I'll try and arrange that," joked the host.
Goldberg, meanwhile, who had focused on the issue of outsourcing, explained her interaction with the incumbent:
"President Obama came by and thanked me for the question, said it was a good question. And he said he was going to work hard at it, and then we left it at that."
The honor of asking the night's first question had gone to Epstein, a 20-year-old college student, who inquired about improving the job market for himself and his peers.
"Jeremy, either of them personally say, 'look, you can come and work for me'?"
"I talked with a little bit of Barack Obama's campaign people. But I feel Barack Obama is a lot more personable than Mitt Romney. Mitt Romney did spend a lot of time with us, but he did leave a lot earlier than the president did."
"Is it quality time, though?" asked the "Piers Morgan Tonight" host.
"I guess so," admitted Goldberg.
Watch the clip, and listen to the interviews, as the four American question askers – who had initially described themselves as undecided – reveal whether or not Tuesday's debate did anything to help them make up their mind.
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