Want to know which presidential candidate is going to win Florida's 27 electoral votes?
Drive by the SuperTarget on Bruce B. Downs Blvd. in south-central Pasco County, wind through mile after mile of beige stucco in the Meadow Pointe development, then turn into the entrance of the Wrencrest Rensselaer neighborhood.
The answer may lie inside Wrencrest's metal privacy gates.
"A lot of houses are getting foreclosed on. Just in the past month, two of the kids that were at the kids' bus stop are gone. Actually, three families I know have had to move out,'' said Stephanie Golder, 43, a Republican who said she doesn't want to vote for McCain because she wants troops home from Iraq sooner, but finds Obama "a little too full of himself."
Golder is waiting to be convinced which candidate is the better choice, along with so many of her anxious neighbors in suburbia.