By David Hylton
Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson capped off a day-long swing through Virginia at the Hippodrome in Richmond on Monday night.
Johnson took time during his stop to talk to a VCU InSight reporter to address issues with millennials, saying they "are getting screwed" because of the cost of health care.
"When it comes to health insurance you as young person, a healthy young person, you are going to have to pay insurance premiums that are basically going to subsidize people who are older and not so healthy," said Johnson.
"He is a politician who is unlike any other politician," said Rebekah Heriner, 26.
Check out more of Johnson's visit from VCU InSight's Yvonne Hewlett:
Earlier Monday, Johnson stopped by Liberty University in Lynchburg and the Miller Center at the University of Virginia.
"I think that students have been sold a bill of goods, I think guaranteed government student loans are the number one reason why the cost of college tuition is so high," Johnson said in Charlottesville, according to NBC29.
At his stop at LU, Johnson encouraged students to be honest throughout their lives.
"Always tell the truth," said Johnson. "If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything. We all make mistakes … but it is how you deal with mistakes that ultimately will determine success."