Bret Baier Catches Up With Undecided Voters in Iowa
Bret Baier hosted Special Report live from Jasper County, Iowa. He caught up with voters he had spoken to a year ago in the battleground state about the presidential election. Shahna Janssen is a working mom who voted for President Obama in the last election. Back in June 2011, she told Fox News that she was undecided and didn’t blame the president for the slow economic recovery. A year later, Janssen says she’s leaning toward Mitt Romney based on the issues that matter most to her: the national deficit and its burden on her children’s futures.
For Des Moines businessman, David Greenspon, there was little doubt that he would support a Republican candidate. Last August, Greespon favored Tim Pawlenty, Mitt Romney and Herman Cain as his top picks.
Now, he is certain that with Romney’s business background, he is the right person to lead the country.
Unlike almost everyone else Baier spoke to in Iowa, Greenspon sees the unrest in the Middle East as a big factor in the election. He said, “I think the world is less safe. I see an awful lot that makes me uncomfortable about the future of this country with the economy because I think we’re going to be gearing up, I hope, for a stronger military.”
Iowa farmer Bill Kauser has had a family farm in the state for 35 years. His message to the candidate elected president, “Stop regulating us to death because it’s going to hurt us long term.”