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Campaign 2012

Paul ends campaign, vows to push agenda

By Callum Borchers
Globe Correspondent / May 15, 2012
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Ron Paul announced Monday that he will not spend money campaigning in upcoming primary states, focusing instead on building an influential presence at the Republican National Convention in August. Paul recently earned sympathetic delegates by blitzing state conventions in Massachusetts, Maine, and Nevada with supporters. Many of the delegates are obligated to vote for Romney at the national convention but support Paul’s libertarian principles. Paul said these delegates will “carry a strong message . . . that liberty is the way of the future.’’

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