Ron Paul breaks another record with 6,200 people in Chico, CA

2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul drew a remarkable 6,200-plus voters to the first of three town hall meetings he is holding in California this week, continuing his pattern of attracting large crowds of voters eager to hear his platform of constitutionally-limited government and restoring economic and civil liberties. In addition to speaking to the university and greater community about returning the Republican Party to its limited-government roots, Dr. Paul outlined elements of his path-breaking ‘Plan to Restore America,’ a fiscal and policy roadmap that curtails the federal spending, national debt, and outsize growth of government that all threaten America’s prosperity.

Tomorrow and Thursday evening, respectively, Ron Paul is holding similar events at UCLA and UC — Berkeley.

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