MILWAUKEE -- It was standing room only at Lakefront Brewery Thursday night as both Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders supporters rallied around their candidates during the Milwaukee Democratic debate.
With homemade signs, cheering, and clapping breaking out through the night, it looked more like people were watching a football game than a presidential debate.
Sanders supporters were touting his win in New Hampshire.
"I think he's got the popular support and once people hear what he stands for and what he is about, hey get onboard," says Bernie supporter Ann McMillen.
But Clinton supporters say she can't be beat on international issues.
"I think she is the candidate that has the most foreign policy experience," says David Almquist.
Between all the cheers, there were people who came just to listen and try to decide on a candidate.
"I think someone has to be central enough to grab both sides," says Sally Hinkfuss, undecided voter.