Colorado university offered course credit for Obama volunteers, says Romney campaign never asked
- Adams State University says it did nothing wrong by offering credit for an Obama campaign internship, and that credits are available for any student campaign workers but Mitt Romney's camp never asked the school to list an internship of their own.
- The conservative group Americans For Prosperity argues that giving course credit for campaign work is 'questionable' and 'unethical.'
- The controversy highlights the difference in approaches both campaigns have taken in engaging college students, as well as the high campaign tensions in a battleground state.
From the article:
Conservatives are crying foul after a small public university in southern Colorado offered college credit for students volunteering for President Barack Obama's re-election campaign. ...
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