Youth inspired by Dr. Ron Paul's visit to CMU

By: Sara Zendehnam Email
By: Sara Zendehnam Email

GRAND JUNCTION, Colo. (KKCO) Three-time presidential candidate Dr. Ron Paul took the stage at Colorado Mesa University and spoke about the meaning of liberty.

The room was packed and many young supporters attended the event.

CMU student Matthew Delay said he got involved in politics after following Ron Paul's political career. He said he believes youth are the future and students will be politicians, so getting educated is important.

Jordan Krause is a member of the group "Young Americans with Liberty" and said he is trying to get a chapter opened in this area and wants young people to get involved to make a difference.

Ron Paul answered student's questions at the end of his speech.


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