Did you watch either political convention? Did your vote choice change or firm up due to what you saw?

Bignuf Bignuf
Did these "conventions" do anything to change peoples vote choices?
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Petite Valentine Petite Valentine
No. I enjoyed Clinton and Obama's speeches, but I'm not going to base my vote on a thirty minute oration. I look at what the candidates (Obama / Romney) have done over the last four years, and the plans they've laid out for the next four — that's what will decide me.

It's very easy to get caught up in the emotion of the convention, but even if I enjoy a speech I never trust it. The next day always finds me at factcheck.org to see who was being realistic and who was telling whoppers.
SMichelle SMichelle
I watched bits and pieces of both conventions. Neither of the conventions did anything to change who I'm voting for, though.
PeachCandy PeachCandy
Nope...didn't watch either
Rossie Rossie
My voting choice will not change because of the conventions.
namelesschaos namelesschaos
I don't watch them I just check the rap up afterwords.
married with children married with children
the conventions are a huge waste of tax payers money, and they are nothing but people patting themselves on their backs.
P'Gell P'Gell
Conventions don't change my vote. (They are meant to officially confirm candidates, not change votes.)

The only thing the convention did was to make me glad I'm not even considering voting for a few people in one party. It just confirmed my conviction that my first choice was right.
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