>> When Turkey goes to the pulls on Sunday, these voters might be facing the most important election of their lives. Because it's become the biggest challenge in years for President. Their most successful and most polarizing leader in power for 15 years.>>
> Until the peace process collapsed, I'd voted for Mr. President. I won't from now on.>> Salmon Demuir and that shepherd are both from the mostly Kurdish region of Dearbecuir, which turned into a literal war zone after peace talks with separatists there fell apart three years ago.
We don't want to live repressed.>> Helen Parlack didn't tell us who she'll vote for but Erdiwan and his Islam Islamist political party are anti-abortion, anti-birth control, and have faced criticism on gender equality issues. Mehmet says his vote is about quality way of life and rising prices. He only sees one culprit.
A jailed Kurdish leader is one of the men running against Erdogan, so made this campaign video from prison. Says he'll be voting for an alliance of left leaning candidates. They're main competition and led by this man. He's secular and a loud opponent in Parliament. He's refused to live in the 1,000 room Presidential palace built if he's elected.
But none of this has swayed
] is favored to win at the ballot box, but it's getting tighter.
His part could lose its majority in the process.