In lieu of the 2016 presidential election, Jared Hoehing reached out to students of campus to get their thoughts on voting.
Conor Ashley, a member of the WSU College Democrats, said voting was a civic duty.
"A lot of times, young people can impede on education and it can become incredibly difficult to vote," he said. "A way to curb that would be automatic registration when you're 18."
Maya Brown, a WSU student, said voting is important because voting is power.
"Every single person is one person, but collectively, that's what influences the decisions of every person in the country."
Brown said healthcare is an important issue for her in this election, because being able to be under her mother's health plan while she's still in school is "an extreme bonus."
Election Day is on Nov. 8, with polls open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. To see your polling location, visit michigan.gov/vote.
Filmed and edited by Kaitlin Fazio.