The four-way democratic race for President is so tight, uncommitted voters could be even more mighty than the union. To win Monday, Richard Gephardt, Howard Dean and Senators John Kerry and John Edwards have to win over undecided voters.
A Reuters/MSNBC/Zogby poll reports Kerry is barely edging out Howard Dean, while Gephardt and Edwards round out the top four. A crucial 10% of voters still classify themselves as undecided. The next big political prize, New Hampshire's primary, on January 27th.