Election day is only a few days away, but some voters have not yet made up their minds.
Sue Bergstrom came to listen to Bernie Sanders. This is the second candidate she has seen in person and she's not convinced he will get her vote.
"More than likely it's going to be Republican, probably Cruz because I don't like Donald Trump," Bergstrom says.
Others like Liz Quasius started off wanting to vote for a Republican, but now she thinks Bernie Sanders will be the best choice.
"I was kind of on the fence and just seeing his passion and how accepting he is. And that he really seems to care and he seems trustworthy," says Quasius.
Sanders has been gaining momentum in Wisconsin, dredging up some of what Republicans did in the state, including enacting stricter voter identity laws and breaking up unions.
"I would be very much the opposite of the United States of what Governor Walker is as Governor," says Bernie Sanders.
"I always loved coming here," says Former President Bill Clinton.
In Appleton, Bill Clinton stumped for his wife. He called Wisconsin a populist state.
"You have to decide what kind of populism you want. You want the populism of responsibility and positve change or the populism of blame," says Bill Clinton.
Some voters were won over by Bill Clinton.
Others came in knowing Hillary is the one who will get their vote.
"It's one thing to talk, but it's another thing to know how to get things done and I think that's why Hillary is the best candidate," says Sam Hawks.
Both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are gearing up for a big event tomorrow. They will be keynote speakers in Milwaukee for a Founders Day event.