Not everyone who showed up for Thursday’s campaign rally at CCRI are big fans of Hillary Clinton, at least not yet. Many tell us they're undecided. With Rhode Island’s primary less than two weeks away, time is running out to make a decision.
"Not really sure who I'm voting for yet but options are always open. I came to learn,” said Jack Livingston, an undecided voter at the campaign visit.
Many undecided voters at the campaign visit say seeing President Clinton in person could sway them to vote for his wife.
"It's very important to see them in person I think it really allows them to become, not necessarily to come to our level, but you tend to see them on TV,” said undecided voter Anny Cunha
"Seeing them in person it kind of goes to the heart a little bit more, when you see them you know not just on TV. You get to actually see and feel what they're trying to say,” said attendee Mishi Garcia.
Political analysts tell us typically, Rhode Island’s primary is not relevant to the nomination, but the race remains tight this year so voters say this campaign stop couldn't have come at a better time.
"I thought that maybe hearing what they had to say would change my mind about who I wanted to vote for,” Garcia said.
"I think he has an agenda and a bias obviously but I think that he's going to bring up issues that are relative and valid and possibly some that I haven't considered,” said Kelvin Misiurski, an undecided voter at the campaign visit.
Hillary Clinton is currently leading Bernie Sanders in terms of delegates, but not by much. Sanders's camp has not said whether or not the senator will be making a campaign stop in Rhode Island.