Presidential candidate Marco Rubio makes a stop in Michigan

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Grand Rapids, MI – Earlier this week, Republican presidential candidate, Senator Marco Rubio, addressed a crowd of nearly 1,000.

He spoke about many topics, but focused some of it on issues important to students.

“Three years ago, I had over 100,000 dollars in student loan debt,” Rubio said.

The discussion about loans resonated with many of the students in the audience, including high school junior, Devin Humphreys.

“Senator Rubio is a person who had student loan debt,” Humphreys said. “He is a relatable person to the student vote.”

While not everyone in the audience has their vote set in stone, Rubio didn’t seem to mind.

“If you elect me, I will work every day on behalf of everyone, including the people who don’t vote for me,” Rubio said. “Even the people that say nasty things about me on twitter, I will cut their taxes too.”

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