President Obama made his last stops of a three-day Iowa bus tour in Dubuque and Davenport on Wednesday.
The stops are an indication that Obama, who spoke Monday in Council Bluffs, isn't taking the typically Democrat-friendly region for granted.
In Dubuque, some voters say they're not sure who they will support. Steve Robinson of Dubuque voted for Obama in 2008 but has been disappointed by partisanship in Washington and bickering between the president and likely Republican nominee Mitt Romney. Robinson said many thought Obama could change things in Washington, but that "people are more jaded now."
Chuck Davis said he'll vote for Obama but thinks the vote in Iowa will be much closer than in 2008.
The president was joined by first lady Michelle Obama for his stops Wednesday.