It's a crucial day in the Buckeye state as hundreds cast their vote in the primary, but many polls in Ashtabula didn't appear too busy.
Voters in the buckeye state gave us their predictions for who will win in Ohio.
"Gingrich was really up and then he's kind of gone back and forth and then Santorum is in there too. But I think Mitt Romney is going to be the person that goes up against President Obama," said Betty Kist, voter.
"For Ohio, I think Rick Santorum really represents the average American," said Susan Higgins, voter.
"I would think Romney would win definitely even thought it's very close in the debates that I've seen," added David Fornash.
The question some are asking... Will Santorum take Ohio because he was the neighboring states senator?
"No I don't think it would influence people," one voter suggested.
Leslie Jenkins said, "I don't think people in Ohio care."
Some poll volunteers in Ashtabula tell us they understand the role of Ohio in Super Tuesday but they were surprised by the low voter turnout in their precinct.
"They started coming in about 7 we get a few little breaks then we get 5 or 6 or 8 people at a time. It's not as busy as I thought it would be but it's been steady," said Denna Skaruppa, poll volunteer.
Some poll volunteers attributed it to the fact that their precincts were mostly democrat.
Poll volunteer Wetzel added, "This has been extremely slow. We think it may be because its march and most people are use to a may election, and also I'm primarily in a democratic ward."
The outcome in Ohio plays a big role along with the other 9 states that held their primary on Super Tuesday.