Wisconsin has had its share of political drama this year. For some, the November election will be their fourth, fifth or sixth time to the polls, between primaries, the general election, the spring election, and the recall elections.
So we're a pretty charged up group politically speaking. But there remain among us the "4 percenters" — undecided voters in Wisconsin.
Professor Charles Franklin, director of the Marquette Law School Poll, said last week that only 4 percent of those people polled were undecided. And with the Republican National Convention starting this week and the Democratic National Convention kicking off next week, organizers will seek to sway the minds of those undecided voters into their respective direction.
But what will undecided voters look for in their next candidate? And if you are one of them, what made you undecided?
Tell us your answer in the comments section and don't forget to take our poll.