Ron Paul will skip Florida primary to focus on Nevada and Minnesota
The Paulians wouldn’t be heading to Florida apparently as Ron Paul has decided to skip competing in the Sunshine State, and instead focus on February caucus states Nevada and Minnesota. Ron Paul will not compete in Florida’s Republican primary, instead focusing on the February caucus states of Nevada and Minnesota. Florida is an expensive market to compete in, and according to the Daily Caller, Paul wants to be as “frugal” as possible. I’ll assume this means Paul wouldn’t be at the two debates coming up this week, as Daily Caller doesn’t indicate otherwise.
“We will certainly be promoting this in the most frugal way,” he said. “We will be going to the caucus states, and we will be promoting the whole idea of getting more delegates, because that’s the name of the game.”
Ron Paul’s campaign isn’t lacking for money, as he raises a ton online from small donors via “moneybombs.” But I guess he feels this is better for the campaign.