By Octavio Abea
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul made his rounds through Minn. Saturday visiting Rochester, St. Cloud, and Bethel University where he defended liberty in front of a young crowd.
Personal liberty, fiscal responsibility, and a smaller federal government were Paul's topics of choice when addressing the 1,500 supporters three days before the caucus, reports WCCO.
Paul skipped Nevada caucuses to generate early support in the Minnesota caucus, reports WCCO.
The passionate supporters in Minnesota are what Paul's campaign is counting on to pull a victory, reports the Pioneer Press.
According to a Public Policy Polling's report, the remaining four candidates are within 10 percentage points of each other, and 37 percent said they might change their minds before the caucus, reports the Pioneer Press.