On April 12th 2016 a group of five DRIVE students attended a rally for presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders. Joining a group of over 6400 at the MCC Ice Complex students heard Sanders speak for about an hour on his political ideologies. Prefacing the event we engaged in conversation on our political system and students were asked to prepare questions. When asked why they were attending this field trip students expressed interest in seeing the excitement built around the presidential election and having the unique opportunity to hear a candidate speak in person. As a group we found it important to have personal choice and be represented within our government, particularly within the disability services demographic. To conclude the experience students were asked to write a single page report on their day and experience at the Bernie Sanders rally, which provided great insight in their personal experience.