In a campaign visit to the campus of Colorado State University, President Obama outlined what’s at stake for college students in the 2012 election.
“For the first time in many of your lives you’ll get to pick a president. The truth is you guys have more at stake in this election than anybody,” the President said to about 13,000 supporters in the Monfort Quad at CSU. “When you step into that voting booth, the choice you make in that instant will shape this country, the world, your lives for decades to come.”
From there, the president spent nearly 30 minutes hop scotching to different topics including jobs, the economy, women’s health, energy, war, climate change and the Supreme Court.
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