JACKSONVILLE BEACH, Fla -- The second presidential debate is officially in the books. Early CBS polls show President Obama pulled out ahead this go-round.
Tuesday night's news is Wednesday morning's conversation. And local voters dining at Beach Hut Cafe sure have a lot to say about the Presidential debate.
The coffee is hot. The conversation is too.
"I'm voting for Mitt Romney," said Greg Schramm.
Schramm's mind is made up. He's been watching the presidential debates closely. And Tuesday night, he says Romney sealed the deal, addressing the issues important to him.
"Real people out there asking questions to these candidates is good, it touches on hometown America."
The town-hall style format allowed the candidates to not only face-off, but interact with voters. That's something Jim Barth enjoyed watching.
"It was kind of like a boxing match where they could go toe-to-toe so I like that style where they could kind of interact with each other," Barth said.
Slade Richardson wasn't watching to make up his mind -- that's been done for years.
"Win, lose or draw of the debate, if Obama gets back into office we'll get four more years of exactly the same stuff we've had the last four years. Stagnation, small businesses not hiring anybody," said Richardson.
As for waitress Heather Young, she couldn't bring herself to watch at all.
"I tried to watch it but I just feel like it's a bunch of empty words. I just can't stomach it," she said.
There's one more debate to go and it happens here in Florida. Even folks who have their minds made up are looking forward to that one.
Several voters we caught up with today say the wish the candidates would have better addressed Libya. That is expected to be a key topic discussed in the final debate.