Ron Paul to Decide on Prez Bid Next Month

Wednesday, 06 Apr 2011 10:55 AM

By Dan Weil

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It looks more and more likely that Texas Rep. Ron Paul will run again for the Republican presidential nomination next year, just as he did in 2008. He plans to participate in the first presidential debate and make a final decision next month, Politico reports.

ron, paul, presidential, runPaul told talk radio host Alex Jones Tuesday that it’s a “token decision” to be part of the May 5 debate in Greenville S.C. "We're getting awfully close, and there are just a few other things I have to iron out personally to make my final decision," he said.

Kentucky Republican Sen. Rand Paul, Ron’s son, told Politico that his father looks set to run. "I get every indication from looking at his schedule and hearing what he’s doing that I think he probably will," Rand Paul said.




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