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SUGGESTED SCRIPT:Aaron Schock is the youngest member of Congress -- but he's got a thing or two to teach his elders. The 31-year-old Republican wants to change the House of Representatives… from the inside-out.SOUNDBITE 1 Aaron Schock (man), Republican member of the House of Representatives (for Illinois) (English, 16 sec):"The young people being elected to Congress today as I said are much more focused on fixing the problems facing the country, they're not running because they are career politicians, many of the people like myself have business backgrounds, they're not political science professors, they're not attorneys necessarily."In four years in Congress, Schock's burnished his conservative credentials: pro-life, anti-gay marriage, a reduced role for government. And for America to resume its role as a global superpower — like during the time of one of his inspirations, Ronald Reagan.SOUNDBITE 2 Aaron Schock (man), Republican member of the House of Representatives (for Illinois) (English, 11 sec):"I think America's prominence in the world is a bit diminished, much of what it was in the 1970s. And so I think we've talked about the need for America once again to take a leadership role in promoting freedom and democracies around the world."Schock's made the rounds at the Republican convention -- speaking at this event, for instance, with leaders of the "next generation".SOUNDBITE 3 Aaron Schock (man), Republican member of the House of Representatives (for Illinois) (English, 16 sec):"We don't actually believe you have to spend more money to actually get better results. We actually think that spending money better, more wisely, giving more flexibility to people at the local level in states, will ensure greater accountability, better outcome..."Schock's put his youthful energy to work on behalf of Mitt Romney's campaign. And has ambitions for what may follow if Republicans take back the White House in November. The two-term Congressman says he would consider a cabinet position, if asked.SHOTLIST:TAMPA, FLORIDA, AUGUST 28-29, 2012, SOURCE: AFPTV- VAR of Aaron Schock and press secretary Steve Dutton walking at the press center of the Republican National Convention- SOUNDBITE 1- VAR of Schock speaking with people outside Next Generation event- CU young volunteer at event- SOUNDBITE 2- VAR of Next Generation event- SOUNDBITE 3- Mitt Romney at the Republican National Convention seated between wife Ann and former secretary of state Condoleezza RiceEXTRA RUSHES:02 min 07 sec of footage showing:TAMPA, FLORIDA, AUGUST 28-29, 2012, SOURCE: AFPTV- VAR of Aaron Schock with journalists at media center of Republican National Convention- VAR of Schock at Next Generation event including George P. Bush, the son of former Florida governor Jeb Bush
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