On Wednesday, an excited group of UF students showed David Axelrod how to do the Gator chomp during the Greater Together Student Summit in Gainesville.
The Greater Together Student Summit Tour is a chance for young Americans to discuss the issues impacting their lives with senior campaign officials and community leaders on campuses across the country.
At the University of Florida, David Axelrod explained why it's critical for young people to get involved and speak out on the President's accomplishments.
The best representative of President Obama is you. You are going to make the difference.
Then he drew laughs from the crowd of more than three hundred by poking fun at a challenge faced by generations of college students—morning classes.
If you guys can get to 7:30 a.m. classes, you can do anything.
This is no joke: young leaders are shaping the campaign at the University of Florida and across the country. Learn more and sign up at Young Americans for Obama today.