In round two the gloves came off in the first moments of the 90-minute, town hall-style presidential debate.
Neither Hillary Clinton nor Donald Trump shook hands before taking the podium.
"It's unfortunate that we've gotten there, but it's certainly my belief that the loss of decorum is coming from Hillary's opponent and not from her side," said Brian Walker, Hillary supporter.
It didn't take long for the politics to get personal.
"I think that it's clear who has a plan and who's here just to talk about rhetoric and to deflect and not take any personal responsibility for anything," said Deanna Jenkins of Chester Hill. "Everything becomes what someone else has done, and it's always about what Bill has done, and it's like what have you personally done?"
"I think he's been pretty direct and honest all along, at least he seems to be. I'd like to hear some honesty on the other side," said Mike Ciach, running for state representative.
"I think there's been a little bit of nonsense on both sides," said Joe Magee of Prospect Park.
Jim Cartafalsa of Prospect Park tells us he's not voting for either candidate.
"I am fully decided. I really don't like either of them," said Cartafalsa. "I haven't like the candidates for a while. They don't represent me. It's a little civil disobedience."
Voters from both sides react to 2nd presidential debate