Jonathan Green of Denver sees it that way too. The problem is, what he would like to see is not precisely what the candidates see.
"While neither of them are exactly my vision of what the country should be," Green said, "I think I'm closer to Romney than I am to Obama."
Green's response - supporting Romney, but not strongly - is typical of those in the newest Denver Post poll of the presidential race in Colorado: We are a state that is still making up its mind.
Obama and Romney are effectively tied - Obama leads by a single, statistically insignificant percentage point in a poll with a 4-point margin of error. His supporters say Romney hasn't provided a clear alternative.
Read more of John Ingold's story in the Denver Post.
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