As abortion hits the ballot in Kansas, boots are ‘on the ground’ for both sides

Abortion is on the ballot for the first time in Kansas since Roe v. Wade was overturned in June. Although primary election turnout tends to be lower than general elections, Kansas residents are poised to go out and vote on the abortion issue, according to NBC News Correspondent Dasha Burns. "As we've been traveling around the state over the last few weeks, it's absolutely the talk of the state. It's just about impossible to ignore," Burns said.