1220moose: Probably doesn't matter who she picked. Most people seem to stick to party lines when it's time to vote anyhow. This is a crazy election year though. Some are afraid to trust Trump with the win though they are so fed up with status quo that they are willing to give him a chance. Anything is better than more of the same to them and they feel assured that he will be able to begin making changes with qualified people around him . Many felt Obama might come through but grew to become disappointed. Promises stated were broken. However, they still stick to party lines even defending mistakes made. Hillary, who has been on the scene for a very long time and has committed many irresponsible, negligent actions with her classified emails, dealings abroad and faces investigation into the Clinton Fund with millions of dollars being improperly distributed is the Democratic candidate. We all know that supporting her will be an extension of Obama, maybe worse considering what she has already done improperly having been excused and because of Obama's support indicating negligence is no problem, nobody knows what will be swept under the rug. Anyone who is concerned for the country has to be wondering and thinking. But, bottom line, even discrepancies and concerns won't matter in the end. Seems party lines are in the blood of most people but those who are concerned or disappointed and have the courage to make a switch when November rolls around based on their honest inner feelings about what's going on in the world are the ones who can swing the election. As for the rest of us we have no choice but to accept the outcome and pray for the future.