Paul makes Minnesota caucuses a beachhead in Republican nominating race

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Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is hoping that Minnesota will give him his first win of the campaign on Tuesday, the Star Tribune said.

Paul has invested days of campaigning and money for television ads in Minnesota, looking to gain critical support from a battleground state.

The Texas congressman plans to spend Tuesday celebrating a caucus-night party outside of Minneapolis.

In his Minnesota stops, Paul has focused on anti-war themes and made himself clear on committing to cutting government budgets.

At this time four years ago, Romney won the Minnesota caucus, while Paul took fourth.

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