By Natalie Zarowny
Both Governor Romney and President Obama have been all over Iowa, but has this affected folks' presidential picks?
There's a mixed bag of opinions when it comes to which candidate will go to Iowa, a known swing state.
The latest polls have Obama in a slight lead, but the gap is closing.
"This country needs a change and Obama had four to try to change it and it didn't seem to get any better," said Shelby Van Zummeren, of Bettendorf.
The race is so close the nominees are focusing on states like Iowa to campaign in.
But folks on both sides of the spectrum say most peoples' minds are already made up.
"I'm decided, so others are, I'm sure, decided the other way, so we'll see," said Richard Muller, of Davenport.
"There are a few that probably could be swayed one way or the other by meeting the candidates, but I think that people already kind of know where they're going," said Van Zummeren
The Republican National Convention wrapped up Thursday in Tampa and the Democratic National Convention starts Monday in Charlotte.