Montana campaigns have spent millions of dollars on advertising, gearing up for the election but behind the ads and campaign money are the faces of real people---helping to elect the candidates they feel are best for Montana. College students have stepped forward on many of the campaigns and become a useful tool for candidates in the state. These young voters help to knock on doors, hand out flyers and make calls for the candidates they believe in. Through the experience, they get first-hand experience in the political world. For University of Montana education major, Sophia Guciardo, volunteering for Steve Bullock, the democrat gubernatorial candidate, has been an introduction into a new world---politics is something she never knew much about, let alone felt comfortable discussing with strangers . Dylan Klapmeier, is a political science student at the University of Montana and feels his experience on the campaign, to elect Republican Steve Daines to Montana’s lone seat in House of Representatives, has offered him invaluable hands-on experience and taught him how to balance school with a full time job.