In the days leading up to the country’s first caucus, Iowans are inundated with political rhetoric.

Television and radio ads are running around the clock. Meanwhile signs, buses and speeches can be found everywhere.

Tim McCoy and John Reed have lived in Iowa most of their lives. They said they’ve never really gotten used to the inundation of propaganda in the days leading up to the nation’s first caucus.

"It’s really tiring because the older you get, the more you’ve been around it. It doesn’t get better. It just gets more," McCoy said.

But with more than half of all likely voters still undecided, the six top-GOP presidential hopefuls are trying to reach people any way they can.

Not all of the candidates campaigning in Iowa have the money to make it happen. Ads from Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul and Rick Perry are abundant, but Michele Bachmann and Rick Santorum ads are few and far between.

With only one candidate able to win, the rest is just noise.

"Looking forward to going, and looking forward to it being over," Reed said.

Iowa Republican Party officials said they’re expecting a high turnout for their caucus.

The Iowa caucus is set for Jan. 3.