(WICHITA, Kan.) — "Are you going to vote in the elections coming up?"
It's a question Rebecca Zepick, and volunteers across Wichita, asked hundreds of times on Saturday.
It was a push to make sure everyone knows that if you aren't registered to vote by Monday evening, you can't vote in Kansas' upcoming primary.That's the election that decides which men and women will be on the general election ballot come November.
"You can say, do I want a real left leaning, or far right leaning or a moderate. You get to be part of that decision," explains Zepick.
Something Allysia Johnson decided she's ready to do, again. "I can say I probably haven't voted in probably 15 years."
But issues like the economy and health care make her want a say in who's leading our state.
"This is probably the most important time, with the way the times are going. This is probably the most crucial time."