"I like Hillary. I liked her more before the campaigning went negative. I respect her capacity," said Michele Mendelson. "But, I like Obama."
Many Democratic voters praised Clinton's experience, and and say they believe that experience will allow her to hit the ground running. Obama supporters believe he has the vision to move the country forward.
"He votes his conscience when he needs to make compromises in order to get things done," said Melissa Boyack. "When he does that, it's not because he's trying to look better as opposed to Clinton, who I also admire, but she's equivocal and changes stances according to the tide."
"I like Obama, but Hillary I think has more experience with building coalitions," said Carl Paulson. "I think she's learned from her mistakes in the past, trying with health care under her husband's administration."
"The economy and experience. That's what brought me out to vote today," said Chris Stroud, a Clinton supporter.
"My big issues are women's rights, Roe vs. Wade," said Leslie Aguglia. "I am concerned about the war. I think we should get out of there, but those are my biggest issues.
So, who'd you vote for?
"I'm not saying," said Aguglia.