WEST SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) - Besides the snow, everyone is talking about the results from Tuesday night's election.
President Obama beat Governor Mitt Romney, winning more than 300 electoral votes and support from nearly all of the battleground states.
But just one day out of the election, some voters are still questioning whether it was the right decision.
"I really don't know yet. I mean I don't know if, if he's going to try and do a better job or do the same 'ol, same 'ol. I was torn right to the end," said Margaret Puopolo of Chicopee.
Another race many voters are questioning is the hard-fought Senate contest between US Senator Scott Brown and consumer advocate Elizabeth Warren.
Warren took back Ted Kennedy's old seat for the Democrats, becoming the first female senator from Massachusetts.
It was a close call though, she beat Senator Brown by only 8 percent.
"Very close contest, but I think she struck a nerve with the working. I think that her message got through to them, and she wants to be a supporter for them and I think the people bought into that and I think she was honest about it," said Don Crum of West Springfield.
Honesty, something many have a hard time believing when it comes to politics.
The main concern voters seemed to really express early Wednesday morning is, 'will these politicians keep really their word'?
Right now, the gridlock within our government still remains. As President Obama starts his second term, he will once again be dealing with a Republican-controlled House and a Democratic-controlled Senate.
Which can be very problematic as the US tries to move forward.
"We're really going to have to work on collaboration and kind of across the party lines because we have to get some things done and if we're going to be so stuck in what party we're from and 'we do things this way and not that way, .we're not going to get anything done in this country," said one voter.