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Some Washington Voters Still Undecided

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Although people in Iowa will vote Thursday in the state's presidential primary, the Washington state primary presidential election is still over a month away.

The latest polls done by researchers at the University of Washington about a month ago show in Washington state - Hillary Clinton leads Democrats with 44%. Barack Obama is in second with 29%.  John Edwards trails with 16%.

In the Republican race, Rudy Giuliani is out in front with 34%. Then John McCain, Fred Thompson, and Mitt Romney all share less than 20%. Mike Huckabee only has 9%.

While some voters have made up their minds, other still aren't sure.

"I'm leaning toward Mitt Romney. I think. I really like his values," said Karolyn Hopper, Kennewick resident.

"I haven't really been following up too much about it," said Brandon Ullom, Pasco resident.

"I really haven't been paying attention to the elections there's way too many people to follow," said Veronica Fox, still undecided.

"I believe it's going to be Huckabee. Because I don't know that much about any of the other ones and they haven't really shown me any reason to vote otherwise," said John Kilgore, Kennewick resident.    

Washington voters won't cast their ballot until the state primary on February 19th.