Ben Carson Campaigns at Cedarville University

The Republican presidential candidate held a rally at Cedarville University Sept. 22.

  • Ben Carson supporters and Cedarville University students lined up nearly three hours before the start of the 2 p.m. rally despite the hot temperatures. (photo: Anna Dembowski)
  • The line of people waiting to enter Cedarville University's Dixon Ministry Center for the Sept. 22 rally with Ben Carson stretched across campus with little relief of shade. (photo: Anna Dembowski)
  • Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson held a rally at Cedarville University Sept. 22. The Carson bus was escorted by police onto campus just before 2 p.m. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Ben Carson was joined at the presidential campaign rally by his wife Candy. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson stepped off his campaign bus to nearly a dozen media representatives. (photo: Cambell Bortel)
  • Ben Carson, presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon, spoke to a crowd of more than 3,100 individuals Sept. 22 at Cedarville University. Local media, college students and Carson supporters were in attendance. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Ben Carson responded to questions from the media – ranging from education policy to the legalization of marijuana – during a Q&A outside of Cedarville University's Dixon Ministry Center Sept. 22. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson held a rally at Cedarville University Sept. 22. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Ben Carson brought his presidential campaign to Cedarville University for a rally Sept. 22. At the time, the retired neurosurgeon was among the three front runners in the Republican party, real estate mogul Donald Trump and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina being the two other frontrunners. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Ben Carson met with local and national media before the Sept. 16 rally. (photo: Anna Dembowski)
  • Ben Carson, one of 15 Republican presidential candidates, is considered by some to be an "outsider" candidate, as Carson has not held previous political office. In 1987, Carson, now a retired neurosurgeon, performed the first successful separation of twins conjoined at the head. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Print, video and photo media attended a Q&A session with presidential candidate Ben Carson before the Sept. 22 rally at Cedarville University. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Ben Carson, a presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon, answered questions from the media before heading into Tuesday's rally at Cedarville University. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Cedarville senior admissions counselor Adam Brandt told his story about brain cancer and Ben Carson's healing hands. Twenty years ago, Carson – then a practicing neurosurgeon – operated on Brandt to remove a fragment of a brain tumor, essentially saving Brandt's life, the admissions counselor said. Brandt and Carson reunited before the Sept. 22 rally for the first time in 20 years. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Emily Shanahan, a 2011 Cedarville graduate, addressed the crowd before Ben Carson spoke. Shanahan encouraged rally attendees to rejoice regardless of challenges in life. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson said he feels God has called him to run for president – a journey which began with a phone call to speak at the 2013 National Prayer Breakfast. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson visited Cedarville University Sept. 22 for a rally attended by more than 3,100 people. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Ben Carson, a presidential candidate and retired neurosurgeon, spoke about healthcare reform, religious freedom, his Christian testimony, and much more during the Sept. 22 rally at Cedarville University. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson visited Cedarville University for a #BC2DC16 rally. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson addressed a crowd of more than 3,100 during a rally held at Cedarville University Sept. 22. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Ben Carson, one of 15 Republican presidential candidates, spoke to campaign supporters Sept. 22 during a rally in Cedarville University's Dixon Ministry Center Jeremiah Chapel. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Ben Carson's address to the crowd was followed by a Q&A with Cedarville University's president, Thomas White. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • A Ben Carson supporter takes a selfie with the Republican presidential candidate following the Sept. 22 rally at Cedarville University. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Students gathered outside Cedarville University's Dixon Ministry Center after the rally to snap photos of presidential candidate Ben Carson as he prepared to board his campaign bus Sept. 22. (photo: Campbell Bortel)
  • Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson held a campaign rally at Cedarville University Sept. 22, following a 10:30 a.m. rally in Sharonville, Ohio. (photo: Campbell Bortel)

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