The hardest part is finding the undecided. Once you find them, you can have a civil conversation about the issues (not about parties, history, people). Keep it civil, and non-confrotational. Listen to what the other person is saying. If they lead the conversation, they will be more receptive to listening to your points. Don't TELL THEM who they have to vote for. In other words, don't be overbearing like the libs are. I like to leave them with a little food for thought:
If you are an employer, and these two guys walk into your office looking for a job, which one would you hire? Remember...you want to get your company out of debt and turning a profit. Take out all of the media spin, the gossip, the garbage, the emotion, and what are you left with? Their credentials and track records, period. Also remember, loyalty is fine for sports teams, but not for politics. If the other team looks stronger, for your own sake, SWITCH SIDES! Remember, some people will NEVER change their minds. Don't waste your time with them.