Judis wonders about tonight's audience members, which must be both uncommitted and representative of the United States demographically:
I remember having similar questions about the rules that limited juries in infamous and well-known cases to people who hadn’t even heard of the cases and had no opinion about them. Wouldn’t the result be that you might limit the pool of questioners or jurists to the less informed parts of the population, or to the more quirky and less representative. OK, suppose that 13 percent of the questioners are African-Americans, which would roughly fit the population. Where are the debate chieftains going to come up with genuinely uncommitted African American voters?