Monday, April 2, 2012

Ron Paul Turns His Focus On California

SUNSHINE STATE NEWS | Kevin Derby | April 2, 2012
With the pack of Republican presidential candidates increasingly focusing on California, which holds its primary on June 5, Ron Paul’s team announced over the weekend that their candidate will be hitting the Golden State this week.

Paul will be holding town hall meetings at three universities--which is increasingly the focus of his campaign. Paul will be at California State University-Chico on Tuesday; UCLA on Wednesday; and UC-Berkeley on Thursday.

“Ron Paul’s message of individual liberty, prosperity, and peace resonates with California students and voters,” said Edward King, the national youth director for Paul’s team. “In California, almost 60 Youth for Ron Paul chapters are recruiting new supporters for the campaign each day, more than in any other state. That’s why we’re excited for Ron Paul’s upcoming visits to Cal State – Chico, UCLA, and UC – Berkeley. He will continue to inspire this new generation of voters and bring them into the political process, which is vital to defeating President Obama and revitalizing the Republican Party. No other GOP candidate offers that possibility.”

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