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Friday, October 26, 2007

Increasing Media Coverage, Increasing Polls for Ron Paul

New York Times:

Flush With New Millions, Underdog Vies to Compete

WASHINGTON, Oct. 25 — If media muscle is any measure of a candidate, Representative Ron Paul of Texas is getting ready to flex his.

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The Hill

Rep. Ron Paul plans ad blitz, personal appearances in N.H.
October 26, 2007
Rep. Ron Paul (R), the quirky Texas congressman who has amassed more presidential campaign cash than Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz), plans a full-scale assault in New Hampshire, where he hopes Democratic support will give him the extra boost to grab a top-three finish in the upcoming primary.

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CBS News

Ron Paul: GOP Needs To Change
Political Players: Republican Candidate Discusses Iraq, Electability, and Third Parties

(CBS) Political Players is a weekly conversation with the leaders, consultants, and activists who are shaping American politics. This week, CBS News' Brian Goldsmith talked with Texas Rep. Ron Paul about his candidacy for president, his competitors for the Republican nomination, and the agenda driving his long-shot campaign.

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Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Texas congressman launches advertising effort in early states

Houston Chronicle

WASHINGTON -- Hoping to defy more expectations, Texas Rep. Ron Paul of Surfside is ratcheting up his maverick Republican presidential campaign by launching TV and radio commercials in early primary states and setting an ambitious $12 million fundraising goal.

For a candidate often relegated by pundits to second- or third-tier status, Paul's ability to make a big entry into advertising wars is unusual.

With just over two months until the first primaries, experts question whether the libertarian-leaning congressman can expand his intense following to make a credible showing in these early contests.

Officials with Paul's campaign acknowledge that they have an uphill battle but say they plan to broaden his support with an ad campaign that includes $1.1 million in television spots that begin airing Monday in New Hampshire.

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