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Ron Paul to speak at GOP state convention next week

The Republican presidential hopeful will be in St. Cloud May 18. Ron Paul is Mitt Romney's only remaining challenger for the GOP nomination. Last month, Paul took 20 of Minnesota's 24 Congressional District delegates.
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The Republican presidential hopeful will be in St. Cloud May 18. Ron Paul is Mitt Romney's only remaining challenger for the GOP nomination. Last month, Paul took 20 of Minnesota's 24 Congressional District delegates.

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