Even if you haven't decided who you'll cast a vote for this November, Facebook has a pretty good guess.
The social network keeps track of things you post, share, comment on and like, and is able to surmise your political party.
Randy Campbell a conservative told us he rarely posts anything political on his Facebook timeline because it can cause some awkward conversations with family and friends who doesn't agree with him.
"People can see something you post and next thing you know their upset with you," he said.
But even if you don't post something about your candidate to Facebook, the social network can still figure out your political party by your activity on your computer, namely websites you visit outside of Facebook.
"That will be interesting to see because I don't do a lot, but it will probably be able to pick up the few things that I react to," Cambell said.
To find out, go to the ads section in setting. This is where Facebook gathers all of your likes and posts and comments in order to target ads from companies that will show up in your newsfeed. Companies and political candidates spend money advertising on Facebook because they know they can target exactly the consumer or voter they're trying to attract or sell to.
Randy isn't surprised that Facebook nailed him as very conservative. His coworker Dustin wasn't surprised Facebook has him pegged as a liberal.
If Facebook cannot determine or at least get a good guess of what party you align with, it will use a formula. If most liberals like something on Facebook, such as a particular movie, and you like that movie too, it'll surmise you must be liberal.
With well over 100 million active Facebook users in the U.S, both presidential candidates are spending millions advertising on Facebook, and they can target voters who support them, or those who haven't decided. Donald Trump is reported to be targeting Facebook users who have been identified as 'moderates.'
Campbell who has a background in marketing says it makes sense for candidates to use Facebook for a large part of their advertising campaign dollars. "If they can sell a likely vote to a possible conservative or liberal, I mean i'm just not surprised by it."
It's interesting too, that with this information Facebook might already know who's going to win.