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Topic - Jeff Frazee
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He said the loyal youth followings for politicians including former Rep. Ron Paul of Texas demonstrates a groundswell of libertarian support among youth voters who don't feel as fulfilled by the Obama presidency as they might have thought.
"What helped Obama was that young people want someone who is taking a stand and fighting the tide," said Mr. Frazee, 30. "He hasn't been that, and I think young people are kind of deserting his cause."