Some of the people TODAY'S TMJ4 talked to at Turner Hall said they aren't undecided between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. They are undecided on if they should vote for president at all.
As voters lined up to see Bernie Sanders in Milwaukee on Wednesday night, it was not hard to see where their loyalty lies.
"I was igniting the Bern," Nicholas Orlowski said.
For some voters, they were ready to follow the advice of the man they once supported to become president.
"Our job in the next six days is to work as hard as we can to elect Hillary Clinton as our next president," Senator Bernie Sanders said.
"I'm a strong Hillary supporter," Sally Spannagle said.
"I'll be voting for Hillary," Mike Weinecke said.
But not everyone is on board, especially with the FBI reopening the investigation into Hillary Clinton's emails.
"I'm not a big fan of Clinton, there's a lot of things I dislike about her," Eric Marsh said.
He said he considered choosing a third party candidate instead ,but will likely vote Clinton on election day.
"We can't let Trump become president," Marsh said.
Though Orlowski said he is still not sure if he will even fill in the bubble for a presidential candidate when he does cast a ballot.
"It's kind of an unfortunate year for me," Orlowski said.
He wasn't alone at the event.
"I"m not going to vote for either Hillary or Trump," Ann Batiza said.
Sanders thanked Wisconsin voters for his primary win here. Clinton has not appeared in Wisconsin since before the primary.