People talk presidential politics, important issues during lunch in Bricktown

People talk about presidential politics during their lunch hour Thursday, Oct. 4. in Oklahoma City.
BY ZEKE CAMPFIELD Published: October 7, 2012

Ken Bates

• Age: 57

• Residence: Frankfurt, Ky.

• Profession: Computer mapping systems

• Which way will he vote? Obama (voted for Obama in 2008)

• Top issue: “I think like most, it's the economy and turning America back into a level playing field.”

Ronald Kerr

• Age: 60

• Residence: Prague

• Profession: Retired carpenter

• Which way will he vote? Obama (voted for Obama in 2008)

• Top issue: “Obamacare, and the deficit.”

Calvin Weeks

• Age: 43

• Residence: Oklahoma City

• Profession: Computer consultant

• Which way will he vote? Romney (voted for McCain in 2008)

• Top issue: “The biggest one would be the economy.”

David Farthing

• Age: 59

• Residence: Oklahoma City

• Profession: Combustion engineer

• Which way will he vote? Undecided (voted for McCain in 2008)

• Top issue: “Continuation of the energy jobs and jobs overall and bringing back manufacturing to the United States.”

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