Some Republicans in Deschutes County are feeling "anxious" about Wednesday night's Presidential debate.
That's the observation of Mark Moseley the chair of the Deschutes County Republicans. He says people are also worn out by all the polling.
"i think we're over-polled right now... it seems like every 30 seconds someone has a poll or percentages...i think probably as a recommendation we need to take the poll about 2 weeks out from the election its really where we can be consious of where americans are going."
Moselely says people popping through the local office are talking about the big match-up. Moseley spoke with 1110 KBND news Tuesday morning.
"there is quite a bit of excitement- a lot of people coming into our republican headquarters on 3rd street expressing some anxiety over the debates..i think the debate itself is not a show stopper by itself, but i think the sum of all those debates really will contrast the president to governor romney."
1110 KBND will carry all the debates live. The coverage starts at 5:30 and will run until 8 o'clock.
The Vice Presidential debate is next Thursday, October 11th and the final two Presidential debates are Tuesday, October 16th and Monday, October 22nd.