The University of Rochester College Republicans are a diverse group of students.
They come from different states, include men and women, have varying majors, and not all originally supported Mitt Romney.
But as the Republican presidential nominee took to the stage at the Republican National Convention in Tampa, they were glued to the television screen.
For many who came to watch the night's acceptance speech, this was the first national political convention of significance to them.
They've been following the issues closely.
"The 'Obamacare' and the legislation that was passed in terms of healthcare is quite frightening to me as someone who has worked in healthcare already and would like to go into healthcare," said Trevor Parke, VP of U of R College Republicans.
"I care actually the most about illegal immigration because I think that's the root of a lot of economic problems as well as national security issues," said Jaclyn Reinhart, publicity director for the U of R College Republicans.
"Get America excited about creating jobs. I would definitely like to hear more about illegal immigration because I am from Texas and I see the affects first hand," said Kelly Kasle, a junior and secretary for the U of R College Republicans.
This is a group of young republicans who say some people are misinformed about President Obama's achievements.
They believe a change is needed to put America on the right track
"I think that as a businessman, with someone with strong experience in that way, that Mitt will do a good job," said Reinhart.
"I would like to hear what Mitt Romney has to say about what he's going to do differently, and like others have said jobs especially, what is he going to do about that," said Parke.
Romney outlined a five-part plan to create millions of jobs, it included taking advantage of locally-sources power alternatives, forging new trade agreements, and cutting the deficit.
But these young people say they need see the Republican Party engage the younger vote.
"The Republican Party really needs to get young people more excited and I feel like they haven't really reached out to us," said Kasle
"A little bit of energy and excitement can definitely go a long way," said Greg Dimock, treasurer for the U of R College Republicans.
Some of these students said that Mitt did a great job of showing himself as being "presidential" on stage.
They say they are looking forward to the debate and more of the specific plans that he has if elected President.