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Originally posted by Patchman
i wish the audio was better quality but awesome experience eh!?.
Originally posted by KonquestAbySS
I am shocked that this thread doesn't have more views. That is cool that you guys got to see RP live. Sounds so pure and lively according to the video you provided. Did the rally have a lot of good vibes?
Paul just spent a two-day campaign swing through Maine. “What is it that Ron Paul brings to the table that gets you young folks involved?” Bill Russell asked. “It’s the idealism,” Brakey said. “He’s the candidate who says that principles matter.” Another reason is that he believes the federal government under Paul would cut spending on “useless things like stupid turtle tunnels.” “It’s going to be left to the young people to pay it off,” he said. After he left the caucus, Brakey said that his campaign did not allow him to answer more clarifying questions, including where he is based as the regional director. Paul was the only candidate who had representatives attend the Unity caucus. Another young person in attendance Sunday was Jami Childress, a 20-year-old Thomas College junior. Attendees voted for her to be the next party chairperson for their town, as the Russells are moving to Burnham. Although she favors Mitt Romney for president, Childress said that Ron Paul’s campaign got a boost in Unity, thanks to his representatives showing up at the caucus and the candidate’s visit to Maine. “I think it definitely gave Ron Paul a big lead here in Unity, and in Waldo County in general,” she said.