"We're not going to focus on the negative aspects of the Bush campaign, but on positive changes we can make for the country," Rayzor said. "(My) generation has the most at stake. We're going to have to live with the decisions that are made today."
The economy should be of strong interest to graduating students trying to find jobs, he said.
Bush's tax cuts are not as important to them as finding a job, he said.
"When people know the facts they are more likely to vote Democratic," he said.
Rayzor said he expects to see a big turn around in government this election that will better our country and the lives of college students.
He said he believes students will get involved if they are informed.
Published: Wed Apr 14, 2004 | Modified: Sat Aug 06, 2005 06:04 p.m.