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Maine Caucus: Ron Paul Supporters Travel From New Hampshire To Campaign

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Ron Paul's supporters from New Hampshire have traveled to Maine to campaign.
Ron Paul's supporters from New Hampshire have traveled to Maine to campaign.

On Jan. 11, the day after New Hampshire's First-in-the-Nation Primary, hundreds of Ron Paul'supporters scoured Granite State roadways for campaign signs, which they collected and distributed to Vermont, South Carolina, Massachusetts and Maine.

Because the Maine Caucuses followed the New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida and Nevada primaries, many local Paul supporters have made Vacationland their new stomping grounds, at least until the caucuses, which began this past Saturday and end on Feb. 11.

So while the four remaining GOP contenders battle for votes in the Colorado and Minnesota caucuses and Missouri Primary today, Paul's New Hampshire people know that tomorrow Maine will become the center of political world and the four-day home for much of the national media.

Read the whole story at Bedford Patch

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