As a result of 23 years spent in daily journalism, it's not my way to discuss publicly who I vote for. The ethics codes at major news organizations discourage such advocacy, as they should. Fifteen years out from the newsroom, that practice sticks with me. But what I would say is that on the eve of the Democratic primary in my state, I'm undecided between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders.
That was my response a few days ago when a Sanders volunteer with the voice of a teenager called the house and asked who I was voting for. The volunteer seemed stunned into silence for a few beats after I said, "I'm undecided." The caller didn't offer any arguments to vote for Sanders.
Indeed, after all the debates and the mass of news coverage, how is it possible to be undecided? But I am. What do do? I'll consider anything you have to say.