ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA – Presidential candidate Ron Paul received 29,741 votes, or 24 percent, in the Idaho Republican primary yesterday, making it his strongest Republican primary showing to date. Dr. Paul made one stop in the Gem State during the month of April.
“Dr. Paul’s grassroots supporters in Idaho and across the country are doing a tremendous job spreading our message, winning votes and laying a strong foundation for the future,” said campaign spokesman Jesse Benton.
Dr. Paul is continuing his bid for the Republican nomination to spread the message of constitutional government and personal freedom, build the GOP back to its traditional roots, and continue the grassroots activism his candidacy inspired. To date, he has received over one millions votes in Republican presidential contests.