Just one week after the Iowa caucus, people in New Hampshire are getting ready to head to the polls for the country's first Presidential primary election of 2016.
Candidates are doing everything they can to gain support from voters.
“I think they're entertaining, so it's been fun watching them,” said Anna Savoy who was visiting Austin from Louisiana.
“I'm so fed up. I really feel like writing myself in,” said Thomas Wentworth of Olympia, Washington.
“I'm a Republican. I don't like Hillary Clinton. I like Trump. I'm Hispanic, but I like Trump,” Luis Rodreguez said.
Donald Trump has led the polls for most of his campaign, but lost to Ted Cruz during the Iowa caucus. As one of the most outspoken candidates, Trump's generated strong opinions from his supporters and opponents.
“It’s been the most entertaining and I don't know I think he's got a lot of nerve. He says things that maybe some people are too scared to say,” said Savoy.
“Everybody’s different and every culture has different opinions, so I like how he talks and I think it's going to be good for this country,” Rodreguez said.
“He’s a misogynist, he's xenophobic, he's a loud mouth, he doesn't think about what he's saying and he's not a politician. He's a semi-failed business man,” said Wentworth.
“It’s comical more than anything. He might be a good businessman, but politics are something else. They're left to the politicians that have done it their whole lives,” John Flores, who supports Hillary Clinton, said.
Meanwhile, on the Democratic side, Hillary Clinton seems to be the front runner, though she narrowly beat Bernie Sanders during the Iowa caucus.
“Hoping that Hillary will take Castro with her and maybe that's where my vote would go to,” Flores said.
“I think Hillary Clinton is not good for this country,” said Rodreguez.
“She should lose her national security clearance. She should never have top security clearance. She's broken the law. She doesn't have my trust. She should be in jail,” said Wentworth.
Some said they don't like any of the candidates and don't believe anyone will make decisions in good faith.
“They’re all a bunch of liars. They're trying to puff up their egos. It's not about helping people, it's about lying and becoming President then doing a horrible job,” Wentworth said.
No matter what happens Tuesday, one of the eleven remaining candidates will find out if they make it to the Oval Office in just nine months.
The next round of primaries will be in Nevada and South Carolina.
Texans will vote for their favorite party candidate on Super Tuesday, March 1.