With Election Day just more than a week away, what questions do you still have?
Tabernacle Bible Church hosted a general political forum where local candidates running for office were able to answer questions from potential voters.
Potential voters packed the pews to hear from candidates running for office: state, local and federal.
Each of the candidates were allowed three minutes to explain their platform as well as take questions from the audience.
The line stretched down the aisles as people stood to address some of their local leaders.
People wanted to talk about several issues, mainly in the African-American community, like health care, student loan debt and jobs in Wichita.
There were also those who wanted to know more about fluoride--an issue that's been debated for months but will go to voters this election.
"There's so many things that need to be explained to them from fluoride to state issues to congressional issues," says Lavonta Williams, moderator for the forum.
"They tend to give you double talk, we ask specific questions and they revert to their talking points," says Mike Shatz.
"The forum it is a good opportunity but in my opinion, it's just the same old, same old," says Thomas Smith.
"I wish they would've had more question and answers but i'm sure the answers the candidates did give, did give people a view into their positions," says Jacqueline Floyd.
Which is what the organizers were hoping for.