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Politician Ron Paul has served in the U.S. House of Representatives for Texas multiple times. His politics are a mix of Republican and Libertarian views.
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Paul saw the campaign as a way to promote important issues as much as it is a race to the White House.
In June, Paul ended his run for the Republican nomination, which later officially went to John McCain. Some thought Paul might run as an independent or on the Libertarian Party ticket,
but he dismissed those ideas. Paul ended up endorsing Constitution Party's candidate Chuck Baldwin's bid for the presidency.
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