CHARLESTON, SC (WCSC) - Okay, here we go. Less than three weeks and counting and America will finally know who's going to be the next President.
If you're like me, every time we turn on the TV or go online, we just shake our heads. Never have we seen anything like it. Sex, lies, videotape, audiotape, emails, WikiLeaks; you name it, we've seen it, heard it and read it.
What will this come down to?
Despite the polls, some say the undecided voter.
Who are you and where are you?
First, there are millions of you. About five to seven percent of likely voters are undecided. Research shows you are probably watching ESPN, TV Land, or reruns of "M*A*S*H," "Murder She Wrote," "Gilligan's Island" or "I Love Lucy." Nothing wrong with that.
So-called experts say undecided voters want a unifier, not a divider. They believe character is most important. And they crave more choices.
Well, good luck with that. Like it or not, besides a few third party candidates that won't win, there are only two choices on the ballot.
Ronald Reagan is not on the ballot. Franklin D. Roosevelt is not on the ballot.
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, the decided and the undecided get to choose.
Don't skip the election. The only message that sends is to hurt local elections.
Do your homework. Make a decision and exercise your Constitutional right to vote.