Among the millions watching the debate on Wednesday night were undecided voters in San Antonio who gathered at a movie theatre.
It became a night for popcorn, soda and a big screen. This time, the blockbuster is the final presidential debate, less than three weeks before Election Day.
The theatre, big enough for 112 people, was at capacity. Regal Cinemas showed the debate for free at their I-10 and Huebner location and at a second theater at 410 and Ingram.
Undecided voter Esther Vargas was among them. She says that she is waiting to hear more substance.
“They haven't talked about the issues enough,” Vargas said.
A recent KENS 5 Texas Tegna poll shows that 5 percent of voters in the Lone Star State still haven't made up their minds.
“I think that they're both idiots, so it could go either way with me,” Christopher Mercado said.
The undecided voters that KENS 5 spoke to said that they might make up their mind on who to vote after the debate.