During the political season, we often hear from analysts, experts, former candidates and consultants on TV. But what about the people who put politicians in office to represent us? And what are the important issues that American voters care about? Each week, we'll ask the same questions across a cross section of America and listen to what they have to say.This week, we spoke with baseball fans in Atlanta, New Yorkers in Union Square and shoppers at Pike Place Market in Seattle. Here's what they had to say about their mood as a voter, if they're planning to come out to the polls and if they're voting locally or nationally.
Take a listen: