KELLY TOWNSHIP -- Many voters aren't happy with the candidate choices in this year's presidential race, and aren't sure who they will vote for this November.
Hillary Clinton gained enough delegates to get the Democratic presidential nomination after her latest victories in the primaries. That means voters will likely choose between the former first lady and businessman Donald Trump this November.
"I think that was kind of expected," Shirley Yost said.
"It's scary," Ben Criswell said.
Newswatch 16 spoke to voters near Lewisburg about their thoughts on the upcoming general election.
"Trump has some good ideas, but he's over the top," Carole Moser said.
"It's a toss-up but I think it's the lesser of the evil. I'm going for Hillary all the way because we never had a lady president in the United States," Terry Wise said.
Newswatch 16 spoke with both Republicans and Democrats. Everyone we spoke with said this is an election they would consider voting outside of their party.
"I usually vote Republican, but this time around it scares me. I don't know which way to go," Criswell said.
Most of the people we spoke with say usually by this time in the election process they know for sure who they're going to vote for. But not this time.
"It's hard to say. We certainly need a change, but I don't know if Trump is the change that we need. I'm afraid with Hillary, it's going to be the same old thing it's been for years," Carole Moser said.
"I was a Trump supporter at first but the more he opens his mouth the more it scares me. To be honest, I don't trust Hillary," Criswell said.
"We need a change. But I don't know about Trump and I don't know about Hillary. We just don't know yet," Jack Moser said.
"I just feel bad for the future of our country because no matter which one would win there's going to be terrible outrage," Yost said.
Nobody we spoke with said they wanted a third-party candidate to come forward. Most people want to watch the upcoming debates to see if that will help them make a decision.