Press Release - Ron Paul Draws Big Crowds on Final of Three-Day Visit to Iowa
Western Iowa events in LeMars, Sioux Center and Sioux City all yield impressive turnout
ANKENY, Iowa — 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul attracted big crowds in three Western Iowa town hall meetings tonight, continuing a pattern of packing venues with supporters and undecided voters.
More than 220 people attended Paul's Plymouth County Town Hall Meeting in LeMars, where the 12-term Congressman from Texas spoke about how there could be no liberty without valuing life, and how no constitutional government could exist in the absence of a moral people. More than 175 people—a full-capacity crowd stacked up against the doorways—attended his Sioux County Town Hall Meeting held in Sioux Center where he spoke about economics and family. And a remarkable 275 people attended his Sioux City Town Hall Meeting to hear Paul's views concerning a strong national defense, private property, and lasting prosperity.
Ron Paul speaks to 220 voters in LeMars at his Plymouth County Town Hall Meeting.
Ron Paul greets 175 voters in Sioux Center at his Sioux County Town Hall Meeting.
Ron Paul takes the podium to the applause of 275 voters at his Sioux City event.
Ron Paul, Press Release - Ron Paul Draws Big Crowds on Final of Three-Day Visit to Iowa Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/299430