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Checking-in with our undecided voters post-election

Back in September, when we were just one month into the 11-week election campaign, we spoke to a panel of undecided voters about what the were thinking, and what might change their minds. Today, we check-in to find out how they decided and who they voted for.
Liberal leader Justin Trudeau and family leave a polling station after voting in Montreal, Quebec on Monday, October 19, 2015. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)

Back in September, when we were just one month into the 11-week election campaign, we spoke to a panel of undecided voters about what was on their minds as the campaign unfolded.

Now with the ballots counted and a new Prime Minister designate waiting to take office, we wanted to check-in to with our undecided voters to find out d who they voted for and how they made their decision.

Donna Bryant t is a 63-year-old mother of four and home-maker in Vancouver.

Caleb Behn is a 33-year-old Lands manager for West Moberly First Nations, and Executive Director for Keepers of the Water. He lives in Invermere, B.C.

Listen to our interview in September: Undecided voters on why they're stuck between the parties

Were you undecided right until you voted with pencil in hand? (Michelle-Andrea Girouard/CBC)

This segment was produced by The Current's Julian Uzielli.

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