U.S. presidential primaries often divide party loyalists, but the drawn-out battle between Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama may leave some Democrats too bitter to band together against the Republicans in November.
Indiana homemaker Ginger Smith, 48, said she was with Clinton all the way and would not vote for Obama.
"I believe a woman needs to be in the presidency," Smith said. "He's too smooth and doesn't have enough experience. ... I don't trust him, that's my gut feeling."
And if the Illinois senator is the Democratic nominee?
"I'll vote for McCain," Smith said.