Nevada News Bureau 
April 30, 2011
RENO – Texas Congressman Ron Paul  said today he will decide “before June” whether to make another bid for president as a Republican candidate in 2012.
Paul, 75, in an interview before a breakfast at the Washoe County Republican Party office, formed an official exploratory committee on Tuesday in advance of GOP debates set for May.
“I personally have some reservations about what is required – the money raising; is the support there; do you sound credible; do people really want me to – and that’s why I’ve been going around the country and the reception has been pretty good,” he said.
Fox News and the South Carolina Republican Party are scheduled to hold a debate May 5 in Greenville, S.C.
Paul, R-Tex., has run for president twice , first as a Libertarian candidate in 1988 and a second time as a Republican in 2008. He is one of several potential Republican candidates to visit Nevada recently, including former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty and, on Thursday, Donald Trump.
Nevada is an early caucus  state for the Republican primary, with a date set for Feb. 18, 2012. It will be the third contest nationwide and the first in the West.