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22-year-old city councilman rooting for Romney

  • Youngest member of Clayton, OH city counsil
  • Believes Mitt Romney will be able to create jobs

More than 2000 delegates from 50 states, the District of Columbia and five territories will show support for Mitt Romney’s bid for the presidency tonight in Tampa. 

Among them you'll find Kenneth Henning.  At 22, he is the youngest city council person in Clayton, Ohio. 

Henning is also a student at the University of Dayton.  He's attending the Republican National Convention as part of the page program and says Mitt Romney is the right man to become the next President of the United States because he is a "private sector job creator." 

"I’m going to be graduating from the University of Dayton," says Henning.  He tells HLN's Kyra Phillips, "I want to graduate knowing I can find a job."

Keep reading: HLN's full coverage of the Republican National Convention

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