Lockheed Martin

(LMT) - Get Report

is a "very cheap stock," Jim Cramer told a caller on his

"RealMoney" radio show Tuesday.

There's room for the stock to run here, but it's not moving, because people feel if the Democrats take over they'll cut spending in the defense budget, and Lockheed will be affected, he said.

"If you like it and own it, stick with it through the election," but be aware there might be a hiccup in it on Wednesday, Cramer warned.

"I would hold

Starbucks

(SBUX) - Get Report

," because it's going to make people money, he told his next caller.

Hold on to it and buy it during any weakness, Cramer said.

People who buy

Commerce Bank

(CM) - Get Report

and hold it will be rewarded over time, but not immediately, Cramer told his next caller.

"It is well-run, and it's where I bank," he said. "It's a really good hold."

When another caller asked about

SAIC

(SAI)

, Cramer said this stock is dependent on the elections.

If the Democrats take both the Congress and the House, SAIC will go down, he said. If they just take over the House it will go down, but it won't stay there.

"I want you to hold it," Cramer said.

He told his next caller he is "behind

Cisco

(CSCO) - Get Report

" and is not worried about its quarter.

Rather than

JDSU

( JDSUD) or

Conexant

(CNXT) - Get Report

, Cramer advised sticking with Cisco.

"Hope

that it comes down and buy more," he said.

Cramer called

Apple

(AAPL) - Get Report

"the best hardware story out there other than

IBM

(IBM) - Get Report

" and told a caller it is "doing extremely well."

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