Ron Paul Campaign Announces ‘Farmers for Ron Paul’ Coalition

Leaders cultivate support for Ron Paul

August 03, 2011 01:10 PM Eastern Daylight Time

LAKE JACKSON, Texas–(EON: Enhanced Online News)–The Ron Paul 2012 presidential campaign today announced the national “Farmers for Ron Paul” coalition to energize voters in America’s unrivaled agricultural sector.

“He promotes liberty for the benefit of individuals so that they may more freely and flexibly provide for their family, and improve their farm”

“As a farmer, I have seen the waste and unintended consequences of government programs that are outside the federal government’s mandate. Ron Paul’s record spanning thirty years of Constitutional conservatism proves that he doesn’t say one thing and then do another. He’s the one candidate who will steer our country back toward the liberty and prosperity that comes with true, limited government,” said Rep. Jason Schultz (R-Schleswig), who serves on the “Farmers for Ron Paul” national advisory board.

Rep. Schultz is a corn and soybeans farmer by trade. Serving his second term in the Iowa House, Rep. Schultz endorsed Ron Paul for the Republican nomination for president on Monday, July 25th, the same day Story County GOP Chairman Cory Adams endorsed Dr. Paul.

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Paul Watch: From Fed to food, Ron Paul’s presidential campaign woos farmers

Congressman Ron Paul‘s Iowa campaign announced today that it will begin a national outreach campaign to woo supporters from the agricultural industry, according to the Iowa Independent.

The Farmers for Ron Paul coalition includes key Iowa-based supporters from the agricultural sector.

“Ron Paul’s record spanning thirty years of Constitutional conservatism proves that he doesn’t say one thing then do another,” said Iowa Congressman Jason Schultz, a soybean and corn crop farmer who serves on the Farmers for Ron Paul national advisory board. “He’s the one candidate who will steer our country back toward the liberty and prosperity that comes with true, limited government.”

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