Ron Paul building a solid Michigan base - Detroit NewsSubmitted by Kathleen Gee on Tue, 12/27/2011 - 03:55
Paul, 76, finished fifth in Iowa in 2008 with 10 percent of the vote and placed a distant fourth in Michigan's primary with 6 percent. What makes this campaign different from the last one is many volunteers then were new to politics, but have stayed involved to form a much more experienced and professional team, organizers say.
"Dr. Paul's warnings about the housing meltdown, the financial crisis, and other things came true," said Adam de Angeli, the campaign's Michigan coordinator. "More people understand the rightness of Dr. Paul's message, and the urgency we face in this country."
Christe Langdeau of Warren supported Paul in 2008 and is among the galvanized volunteers returning this cycle with experience. There are Ron Paul meetings regularly throughout Michigan, a campaign headquarters and a Michigan website that's updated frequently with the latest Paul events.
New supporters join regularly, Langdeau said, who's organizing a Wednesday meeting for the regional coordinators.
For backers such as Langdeau, there is no other candidate than Paul — regardless of the outcome of the Jan. 3 caucuses.
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