There’s no doubt the second presidential debate was heated, maybe even swaying local votes.
In just 21 days, Colorado voters will head to the polls to make a choice.
Here on the western slope, plenty of people got together to hear what the candidates had to say, and form their own opinions about who came out on top of the second presidential debate.
Some people are saying President Obama made his comeback from the last debate.
Others say Mitt Romney walked away with a clear victory.
There’s just one more debate to go before Election Day when this match finally finds its leader.
People we talked to all have strong reasons to believe their candidate is the best choice, but say for undecided voters the debates can make a major difference.
“I’m sure a few voters would be swayed by any debate but I think it would be marginal,” voter, Jerry Engle said.
“It’s good to see both sides and what they have to say,” voter, Lindsay Icenogle said. “Sometimes they give you the details and sometimes they don't. The hard thing is you know they're going to say what they want people to hear.”
Over 50 million people watched President Obama and Mitt Romney face off and they'll do it again this upcoming Monday.
That’s when we'll hear from both presidential candidates for the third and final debate before Election Day.