Just a day after Super Tuesday and as results continue to come into our ABC 7 newsroom, we went out looking for you to see what issues you find most concerning going into this year's presidential election.
"Washington should not allow any lobbyists whatsoever because they only serve money to companies and they do not reflect the will or the good will of the people," said Mike Runquist.
"Health care, schools, and American poor," said Roger Morland.
"Our freedoms that are being slowly taken away. I would like to see someone to get in the office that will fight for those freedoms," said Carla Fisher.
A wide range of answers is what we're seeing from all of you. When it comes to the candidates themselves, do you feel like they can help alleviate these topics?
"I believe they have character and integrity and that's important in a political office," said Fisher.
"The republicans and the democrats have over 200 years and look at the mess they've made of my country. They're not interested in the people. They're interested in big businesses and serving their wants and needs," said Runquist.
"America's turning into a third world country, and they're not here for us," said Morland.
If we put aside the issues in the world, we want to know if you think the presidential candidates today value your own beliefs.
"I'm a non-entity to them just like most Americans. They're completely unimportant to the people. They don't care about us. They care about power, money, and them," said Runquist.
"Yes I do whole heartedly. I really have a lot of confidence in this candidate," said Fisher.