PHOTO GALLERY: Ron Paul speaks at MU
Thursday, March 15, 2012 | 2:59 p.m. CDT;
updated 10:15 p.m. CDT, Thursday, March 15, 2012
Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul greets students and Missouri residents after his speech during a rally on Mel Carnahan Quadrangle on Thursday. Boone County will hold its Republican presidential caucuses Saturday.
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul came to speak Thursday at MU with hopes of rallying support in advance of Missouri's caucus Saturday. Paul spoke to a large group of students and other central Missouri residents at Mel Caranhan Quadrangle.
Students and people of central Missouri watch as Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul speaks during a rally on Carnahan Quadrangle on Thursday. The Missouri Chapter of Youth for Ron Paul helped influence the candidate to visit the campus.
Greg McClure and Sarah Williams, of Columbia, show their agreement with Ron Paul's ideas and goals for the presidency during a Ron Paul rally on Mel Carnahan Quadrangle on Thursday. Students, Columbia residents and Missouri residents attended the event.
Eric Albert, left, shows his support for Ron Paul in his 2012 presidential campaign while standing next to MU student Dakota Beveridge, who showed her disapproval for Ron Paul, during a Ron Paul rally on Mel Carnahan Quadrangle on Thursday.
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul answers questions from the media following a rally at Mel Caranhan Quadrangle on Thursday. The MU Chapter of Youth for Ron Paul helped bring Paul to campus in hopes of increasing support for Saturday's Missouri caucus.
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