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The Star Tribune reports the Republican presidential hopeful will make a campaign stop Saturday and Monday. Paul will hold town hall meetings in Rochester, Chanhassen, St. Cloud and Minneapolis. He is also running ads in Minnesota.
Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann was born and raised in Iowa. The presidential candidate is reminding Iowa's Republican caucus voters of those roots in her only TV ad airing less than 24-hours before Tuesday's caucuses. The Des Moines Register reports the spot started airing across the state Monday.
Even though Rick Santorum was the winner of Minnesota's Republican Caucus in February, it was Ron Paul who came out ahead at this weekend's congressional district conventions. An RNC committeewoman tweeted that Paul took 20 out of 24 of Minnesota's Congressional District Delegates.
Ron Paul’s Minnesota campaign expects some three thousand people to show up at a rally with the GOP presidential candidate in St. Cloud. Former gubernatorial candidate Tom Emmer will host the event.
Although its a forgone conclusion that Mitt Romney will win the GOP nomination at the Republican National Convention this coming week, several of Minnesota's delegates are still planning on voting for Texas Congresssman Ron Paul. Of the of the 40 delegates headed to the GOP convention in Tampa, Fla., 32 are Paul supporters.
Rick Santorum will visit Rochester on Monday morning, Ron Paul will rally in St. Cloud, and Newt Gingrich will appear Monday evening in Bloomington. MPR has details on the campaign events. The International Business Times takes a look at what is shaping up to be a volatile and competitive race here in Minnesota, and the Associated Press says Minnesota's conservatives are veering hard right, which could be a bad sign for Romney.
About 50,000 Republicans showed up for the grassroots presidential election event in Minnesota. Compare that with the 130,000 tally for the August 2010 primary election. The number of Minnesota caucus voters fell short of Colorado's 65,000 count, but beat's sparsely populated Nevada's 30,000 number from Saturday.
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