Paul draws 400 at Hudsonville campaign stop

Ron Paul has drawn hundreds of people in West Michigan as he campaigns days ahead of the state's Republican presidential campaign.
AP Wire
Feb 27, 2012


The Detroit News reported about 400 people lined up to enter the Pinnacle Center in Hudsonville, where Paul was speaking Sunday afternoon.

Those in line included some hardcore supporters of the candidate with Libertarian leanings, who trails Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in the Michigan polls. Lisa Wallace of Hesperia works for Michigan Business Owners for Paul and said she’ll write in his name if he doesn’t win the nomination.

The congressman kicked off his Michigan campaign swing on Saturday at Central Michigan University; and continues today with stops in Detroit, East Lansing and Dearborn.



The crowd at the Pinnacle Center was over 1,300 with people turned away because the event was at capacity. Get the facts straight!


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