Allie Stuckey chatted with conservative Pennsylvania high school junior Emily Wolfe, president of her school's Young Politicians Club. Wolfe gives bold words of encouragement to like-minded young conservatives.
Emmaus High School doesn't have a separate Young Republicans club, Wolfe said, because the Young Democrats applied for club status at the same time. They were melded with the Young Republican club, which makes it difficult to accomplish things sometimes since there are more Democrats.
She felt that people are shocked by active young Republicans because conservatives are frequently misrepresented and stereotyped. She said it's hard to be conservative "if you're not a natural born leader."
Wolfe recommended that young people entering liberal-dominated colleges not show weakness. "Already have a strong voice and be an activist and a leader," she said.
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