SALISBURY, Md. - WMDT hit Salisbury University's campus on Wednesday to see how students are following the presidential candidates.
Some say the presidential debate won't sway their decision. Others are looking forward to seeing what each candidate has to say about important issues and hope it will help them make an informed decision.
"Most people have what they believe in and that's who they're going to vote for. It ain't swaying my decision," Zachary Blanchfield said.
"I actually didn't know that there was a debate on tonight. I haven't really been following up on all the issues they've been talking about, so it possibly might get me more informed and sway my decision," Chelsea Clark said.
"I'm thinking I'm probably going to vote for Romney. I'm not sure, but I have to look more into it - I think the debate will help a lot in my choice of voting," Charlotte Becquet said.
"I'm voting for Obama. I already have my absentee ballot filled out," Parker Dickerson said.
Students have been invited to attend a forum on the Maryland Dream Act Wednesday evening. Panelists hope to better educate students on the issue to help them make an informed decision come November.