As voters cast their ballots Tuesday, some were already looking ahead to 2020's presidential election.

Some already know who they want to see on the ballot, while others are waiting to see who is left in the race.

"I am a Republican, but I'm not locked into bipartisan politics. I would switch if there was just somebody I could really get behind," Erie County voter Christopher Sofranko said.

Sofranko continued, "I think the Democrats have some work to do to get a candidate that stands out, that really has a chance."

Another voter, Jack Stewart told Erie News Now he's not set on a candidate yet, but he's not planning to vote for President Trump.

"Right now, I'm not happy with the president. I think there's some corruption in there and I think it's time to clean house," Stewart said.

Currently, there are 17 Democrats and 4 Republicans in the presidential race, including the current president.

Already, nine Democrats have dropped out of the race including Tim Ryan, Beto O'Rourke, and Kirsten Gillibrand.

The 2020 presidential election will be held on Tuesday, November 3rd next year.