The Nevada Democratic Caucus and South Carolina Republican Primary are this Saturday. While many voters are getting to know their candidates, two familiar faces are showing up: Former presidents: Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.
Right now, Hillary Clinton still holds her position as the democratic front-runner but her lead against Bernie Sanders is slowly shrinking.
On the republican side, Jeb Bush was thought to have been the presumptive nominee when he announced his bid for the White House. Now, months later, Bush has failed to keep his lead in the polls or bring any wins from Iowa and New Hampshire.
Joining FOX 7's Rebecca Thomas to discuss the decision to have their families help with their campaigns are: J.D. Gins Matt Mackowiak.