Many people want to see Arkansas join the likes of 17 other states and the District of Columbia by legalizing medical marijuana, but others are not too keen on the idea.
They are out on the town trying to score signatures.
"There's no reason why a sick patient shouldn't get the medicine that they need," said Ryan Denham with Arkansans for Compassionate Care. He wants to see medical marijuana on the November ballot.
"The patients are put in an awkward situation where they have to break the law to follow their doctor's orders, and that doesn't sound like America to me, that sounds like a broken system."
Faunda Miles supports the effort and with almost 28,000 down, she is working to help gather the more than 62,000 signatures needed by July 6.
"I have seen the struggle from, from people with cancer and family of my own...It's just not right...Whether you agree or not, we should have the right to vote."
While fighting for what she thinks is right, she is earning $1 for every signature, made possible by private donors according to Denham.
But many believe legalizing any form of marijuana is a bad idea.
"I think there's more important things that need to be on the ballot besides putting that on there," said Julie Paladino.
Others just want what they think is fair.
"I think people can vote for whatever they want, it's democracy," said Charles Burks.
"I don't support it but, I mean, give someone a chance to vote for it and that's the way our country works," said Taylor Lindley.
Denham realizes there is often a negative connotation with marijuana and that every substance can be abused.
"There's a lot of regulation and red tape to make sure that only sick and dying patients get this medicine. You can't get it for a hangnail or having flat feet."
But he hopes education will stomp the stigma.
"The people who are against us are probably the ones who don't fully understand how much medical marijuana can help."
It is getting down to the wire with only a couple months left to gather all the signatures, so folks will just have to wait and see which side Arkansans root for.