Political Packers fans face tough viewing choice

Posted at 7:15 AM, Oct 10, 2016
and last updated 2016-10-10 08:35:18-04

MILWAUKEE -- Sunday may have been a struggle for diehard Packers fans, who did not want to miss a moment of the second presidential debate.

A non-partisan watch party put on by former college grads who were greek sorority members, was held at the Chic Cafe downtown Milwaukee.

While one television had the game on in the corner of the cafe, the debate won out. Many felt there were jaw-dropping moments.

"At least personally for me I think it's kinda sad," said Will Williams, visiting from Washington D.C. about the sparring between Trump and Clinton.

"It's really cool to be in a room and actually be able to comment live and what's making sense what sounds valid," said Bridget Robinson, President of the NPHC of Milwaukee.

What remains to be seen, is if any minds have been changed.