‘Embarrassing’ – How many voters describe fighting between presidential hopefuls

Posted at 4:36 PM, Mar 01, 2016
and last updated 2016-03-01 16:36:27-05

Norfolk, Va. - "Embarrassing" is how many voters describe the campaigns of presidential hopefuls.

Instead of looking at art, people who live in Norfolk stopped by the Chrysler Museum to cast their vote and give NewsChannel 3 their opinions about the race for the oval office.

“It’s been more like a Vaudeville show that it has been a presidential primary,” said Arthur Jentt about the fighting between presidential hopefuls and it’s not hard to find people who agree with him.

“It was funny for a while but now it’s scary,” said Elise Love.

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“I think it has been ridiculous honestly.  It’s been too in the mud and our country is better than this,” said Joan Damsey.

But despite the antics of the candidates, voters said Tuesday is extremely important.

“I feel like it’s a responsibly we have as Americans,” said Andreas Klemm.

24 year-old Cameron Adams takes her responsibility seriously. “Voting is very important especially for me.  A lot of people died or really fought hard so that I could have the privilege to vote,” she said.

“At the end of the day you’ve just to find someone in that group that you have confident and think that we would be a good leader. Lord only knows we need one at this time,” said Jentt.

Different characters, with very different opinions all came out and voted on Super Tuesday. Now, we’ll be a big step closer to finding our next leader.