Undecided, unemployed voters weigh options
PADUCAH — Kimberley Baker is not only a mother and a full-time student, she's unemployed and undecided about who she plans to vote for on election day.
"We've had to struggle - trying to weigh out options with our education, trying to raise a family and go to school," she said.
Baker said this past year has been particularly hard. She's raising five kids on her own while studying cosmetology at West Kentucky Community and Technical College. She tried watching the debates, but said she got the run around.
"It seemed like it was more of an argument than a solution of anything," she said.
She has a daughter who is old enough to vote and talks about politics haven't really happened, "Being undecided myself, it's kind of hard to talk to her about it," Baker said.
She wants to be able to make an informed decision but she isn't confident yet about who should she wants to see in charge.
"Each of them are going to have different ideas, but the results should be the same and that should be what's best for this country."