3 Questions: RNC Delegates Share Their Opinions on Candidates

With delegates from across the country in Cleveland, Ohio, for the 2016 Republican National Convention, we took the opportunity to ask them three questions: How would you describe both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in one word (each), and what issue is most important to you? Take a look at the responses.

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Tony Ensminger, a Trump supporter, is from Cleveland Heights, Ohio. (Sarah Glover/NBC)
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Patrick O'Daniel is a delegate from Austin, Texas.
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Sharon Jackson is a delegate from Alaska.
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Luis Fortuño is a delegate and former governor of Puerto Rico. (Photo by Kate Guarino/NBC)
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Robin Salzer, a Trump supporter, is from Pasadena, California. (Sarah Glover/NBC)
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Ann Marie Villicana, a Trump supporter, is from Los Angeles, California. (Sarah Glover/NBC)
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Deborah Streetman is an alternate delegate from South Carolina. (Kate Guarino/NBC)
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Jane Ladd is a Trump supporter from Virginia and a guest at the convention, not a delegate. (Sarah Glover/NBC)
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Jean Lu is an alternate delegate from California and has been to 7 conventions. (Photo by Kate Guarino/NBC)
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Bob Kunst, from Miami Beach, Florida, is a Democrat voting for Donald Trump. (Sarah Glover/NBC)
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Beverly Gerlock is an alternate delegate from Colorado. (Kate Guarino/NBC)
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Debra McCreery is an alternate delegate from Twin Falls, Idaho: "I came to the convention to change the course of history toward more personal liberty." (Kate Guarino/NBC)
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Donna Cruz Jones is an alternate delegate from Guam. (Kate Guarino/NBC)
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