Republican presidential hopeful Rand Paul reaches a campaign milestone today: 300 endorsements in New Hampshire. The Kentucky senator will be announcing another 25 supporters, with his leadership team in the Granite State now including 26 state representatives, two state senators, and numerous GOP and liberty activists.
Sen. Paul has reached a milestone in the Granite State as he received 300 endorsements from New Hampshire public officials, business leaders, and activists. "Rand Paul is winning the all-important organizational primary here in New Hampshire. The fact that the has been able to secure 300 people to join his leadership team, especially in a 15-way presidential primary, is a testament to his message and his connection with our voters.
Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) will embark on an extensive college tour in Iowa Monday, visiting 11 college campus in three days with the goal of recruiting 10,000 students to caucus for him in February. In 2012, Ron Paul came in third in the Iowa Caucus, losing by 3800 votes.
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