Ron Paul to open campaign office in Iowa
Is Ron Paul one step closer to announcing his candidacy for presidency?
The Texas Congressman will be in Iowa Tuesday to open a campaign office in Ankeny, Dr. Drew Ivers, chairman of Paul’s Iowa presidential exploratory committee, said Friday. Following a press conference at the office, where the Republican intends to announce his Iowa field team, Paul will caucus with Senate and House Republicans at the Iowa Capitol, Ivers said.
Paul will also be interviewed by Simon Conway of WHO Radio Tuesday evening.
Paul was in Iowa most recently last month. In March, he appeared alongside U.S. Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., and Atlanta business executive Herman Cain to rally for homeschooling rights at the Iowa Capitol. At that rally, Paul said he would support getting “rid of the (U.S.) Department of Education.”
He was also one of five Republican presidential prospects to participate in the GOP debate in South Carolina last night.
And as for a possible big announcement about 2012?
“Well, I can’t disclose anything about that,” Ivers said.