Marla Pacheco says, her issue is about human rights.
"One thing that would have to be on my mind would be gay rights. You know if you take out the church, which is the whole reason why it is not legal, which the whole separation of church and state, then it should be legal."
For Robert Gore, it's about city development.
"Public transportation. If you don't have the money to get somewhere via gasoline and motor vehicle then you cannot anywhere.
Michael Garnett says, his candidate needs to stick to what's fundamentally right.
"If I were to vote for somebody the person would actually adhere to the constitution you know not forsake it, just follow it."
At this point, it's tough to name a solid candidate they'll side with for president.
"Probably towards Republican side there's some issues that I agree with as well as some that I don't. But that's the way with I guess every party," Garnett said.
"More towards Obama, I would say that Romney. I mean there's just more proof behind what Obama does that what Mitt Romney has done," young voter, Steven Solis said.
Some research polls suggest, and we found it to be true, that some young voters really aren't interested.
"I really haven't paid that much attention to it. So I don't know how much good would come of it for me to vote," Pacheco said.
In 2010, a Pew Research poll found only 31 percent of those under 30 were giving a lot of thought to the elections. Only 45 percent were definitely going to vote.
But that doesn't discount the 18 percent of all voters that made an impact in the last election.
"It's going to be a tough decision," Garnett said.