Ron Paul sparks campaign in St. Cloud

The presidential hopeful spoke before a crowd of 2,500 at the Rivers Edge Convention Center in St. Cloud Saturday. The event marked the official start to his presidential campaign.
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The presidential hopeful spoke before a crowd of 2,500 at the Rivers Edge Convention Center in St. Cloud Saturday. The event marked the official start to his presidential campaign.

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