From Seema Mehta writing at the Los Angeles Times:
When it was Carly Fiorina’s turn to take the stage at a presidential forum in Oklahoma City, Noah Wolff was thinking of heading outside for a break.
“I thought of all the people, why is she here?” said Wolff, 19, a Republican and political science major at the University of Oklahoma.
But as Fiorina started speaking, Wolff was captivated by her message. While other candidates in the convention hall spent their time spewing standard conservative talking points and criticizing the current Democratic administration, he said, Fiorina outlined solutions, such as how she would negotiate a nuclear deal with Iran.
Read the rest of the story at the Los Angeles Times.