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Ron Paul supporters ready to campaign through weekend

1:46 AM, Feb. 15, 2008
A snowman campaigns for Ron Paul, a Republican presidential hopeful, at the intersection of Division Street North and North Point Drive.
A snowman campaigns for Ron Paul, a Republican presidential hopeful, at the intersection of Division Street North and North Point Drive.
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Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is running third in Public Policy Polling tallies behind Sen. John McCain and Gov. Mike Huckabee, but that's not bringing down his supporters.

They plan to campaign for the candidate until Paul gives up, and that doesn't appear to be anytime soon.

Without the media attention given to the more popular Democratic and Republican candidates, Paul supporters are forced to use grass-roots tactics to get the word out about the Congressman from Texas. ...

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