Paul Maintains Focus on Smaller Caucus States

Rather than invest millions of dollars in a Florida campaign, U.S. Rep. Ron Paul has focused on states farther down the Republican presidential calendar. So his fourth-place finish in Tuesday’s Sunshine State primary was probably no surprise.

Paul has made no secret of his strategy to prioritize collecting delegates in the smaller caucus states that award delegates based on a proportional system. As Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich held events Tuesday in Florida, Paul spent the day in Colorado and Nevada, according to his campaign. Today, he is celebrating his 55th anniversary with his wife, Carol, in Las Vegas ...

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