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Local voter reflects on Obama-McCain debate at Belmont

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Teresa Finch asked a question during 2008's town hall debate at Belmont University. Teresa Finch asked a question during 2008's town hall debate at Belmont University.
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. -

A Middle Tennessee woman was paying extra close attention to Tuesday night's town hall debate between President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney.

Four years ago, Teresa Finch was called upon to ask a question during the town hall Obama-McCain debate at Belmont University.

She asked, "How can we trust either of you with our money when both parties got us into this global economic crisis?"

At the time, the hairstylist and small business owner from Donelson was among the nation's undecided voters.

She says things are different this time around.

"No, I'm not undecided," Finch told Nashville's News 2.  "I'm still pretty much solid on who I'm going to vote for."

Finch will not reveal who she plans to vote for this election or who ultimately earned her vote last time, but she thinks the count is even more divided.

"The two men are both intelligent and answer the questions, but you can see we are definitely a group [split] 50-50," said Finch midway through Tuesday's debate.

Tennesseans are now able to cast their ballot.  Early voting began Wednesday morning and continues through Thursday, November 1.

There are 12 early voting locations in Davidson County.

Election Day is Tuesday, November 6.

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