Ron Paul draws 5,600 to final of three campaign events in California this week (with PICS)

On Friday, thousands in California gathered to see Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul speak.  The 12-term congressman from Texas had announced his campaign team would be returning to California for private fundraisers, media interviews, and town hall events.  This is the final of the three scheduled town hall meetings.  Dr. Paul’s previous campaign events in California this week included two back-to-back crowds of thousands.  On Wednesday, 4,000 gatheredto see Ron Paul speak and on Thursday over 5,000 filled a stadium to see the presidential candidate.

 The UC – San Diego event with 5,600-plus people was the third of three such events the 12-term Congressman from Texas held in the Golden State this week.  On Wednesday Ron Paul drew a remarkable 4,000-plus crowd to Cal State – Fullerton, and last night Dr. Paul drew 5,000-plus people to UC – Davis.
Ron Paul’s town hall meeting at UC – San Diego took place at 7:00 p.m. PST on the school’s Warren Mall in San Diego, CA 92161.  The 12-term Congressman from Texas discussed his platform of constitutionally-limited government, the restoration of our economic and civil liberties, and elements of his path-breaking ‘Plan to Restore America.’

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6 thoughts on “Ron Paul draws 5,600 to final of three campaign events in California this week (with PICS)

  1. Yes, he is. I think what is most compelling about him is not just that he has a track record of governing in accordance with what he’s always said, but that he actually takes questions seriously as if he were really going to be President. It’s one thing to say, “Abolish the Fed,” and another to recognize that the President cannot do that unilaterally and we have to begin a cooperative process to first find out what the Fed is actually doing, then rein it in, then move toward abolition. Similarly on marijuana legalization, etc.

    I think he’s the best chance we’ve had to get these ideas into a fall presidential debate rather than have them disappear after the primaries since . . . . forever.


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