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Ron Paul Draws 5,600 Voters to Final of Three Campaign Events in California this Week

Ron Paul 2012 [1]
May 6, 2012

2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul continued his pattern of attracting large crowds of supporters and undecided voters to his town hall meetings, this time drawing 5,600-plus people to an event at the University of California at San Diego.

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 [2] to Cal State – Fullerton, and last night Dr. Paul drew 5,000-plus people to UC – Davis [3].

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 [4].’

This second multiday visit to California by Ron Paul follows his early-April campaign swing in the Golden State [5].  During that tour, Dr. Paul’s visits to Cal State – Chico, UCLA, and UC – Berkeley drew a remarkable 6,200-plus [6],6,000-plus [7], and 8,500-plus supporters and undecided voters [8], respectively.  Ron Paul’s California town hall meetings have featured some of the largest crowds of his 2012 race for the Republican nomination.

Photographs of Ron Paul’s UC – San Diego town hall meeting with 5,600-plus people follow.