A Warrick county woman is getting the chance of a lifetime, joining Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail. She was unknowingly selected out of hundreds. But shes one of many finding ways to get involved in this presidential primary. This is election is becoming more than just something you see on TV. Its a part of a lot of peoples everyday lives. I found a Clinton supporter and a Barack Obama supporter who are putting some of their opinions aside to boost voter energy. "Well go to Fort Wayne, South Bend, Muncie." Friday will be a dream come true for Kelly White. "Im very excited about this." A dream she never knew was an option, until last night. White is one of two people picked from Indiana who get to spend an entire day with Hillary Clinton. "I know she will be the next president in my heart." She already helped in last weeks rally at Harrison High School. It thats work that got her the invite on the campaign trail. Kate Sherrill is getting to work in this primary too. "Im here registering voters." Its a non partisan push at the Beuhlers Buy Low on First Avenue, but Sherrill is a huge Obama fan. He caught her attention in 2002 when he spoke out against going to war with Iraq and Clinton did not. "Obama was speaking against that move she did what was popular rather than what was right." But shes putting those opinions aside. "Its going to be close. Every vote will count." Just to get people involved "Whether you sit in a grocery store or are out on the campaign trail with your favorite candidate it doesnt matter who you support its about getting people interested." That bigger picture is a big part of Whites excitement. "This is my opportunity to take part." Her main inspiration... her kids, only 4 and 2. "The way our country has went in my mind it hasnt been the way I want it to be for my kids to grow up in." Shes plans to let Clinton know. Im going to take a picture of my kids and show her these are why you need to be the next president." Both White and Sherrill hopes youll find your inspiration and take part in this election. There is less than two weeks to register to vote in Indianas primary may 6th. Sherrill will be at the Buy Low on First Avenue Friday night and Saturday for anyone who needs it.