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Saturday, February 18, 2012

Ron Paul Receives Key Endorsements in Washington State

2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul was endorsed today by

former Washington State Supreme Court Justice Richard Sanders.

In making his public endorsement, Justice Sanders issued the following statement:

“Dr. Ron Paul has dedicated his life to the defense of individual freedom and constitutional principles. He has done this consistently, with dedication and courage. In the words of the Washington State Constitution, governments ‘are established to protect and maintain individual rights.’ This is also what I deeply believe. It is my privilege to support Dr. Paul and with this endorsement I encourage others to do so as well.”

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The Ron Paul for President Campaign released the following statement:

2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul was endorsed today by the Spokane County Republican Party Vice-Chairwoman, Cindy Marshall.


The latest in a long string of recent endorsements from the area is particularly notable because Spokane County is the fourth most populous in the state, with the city of Spokane being the second-most populous in the state, comprising more than 600,000 Washingtonians in the metro area.

In making her public endorsement as an individual, not representing any organization or party, Ms. Marshall issued the following statement:

“Many in our nation have been duped by our leaders to believe the United States of America is a democracy. We have headed in that direction, as our morals, government and economy have been undermined and eroded. We were founded as a republic, which we state every time we say the ‘Pledge of Allegiance.’ A republic limits the power of government, and implies and ensures individual responsibility.

“Dr. Ron Paul, our constitutional Representative from Texas, has stood firm throughout his political career, and has fought to keep our republican way of governing. I stand with Congressman Ron Paul, by personally endorsing his Republican presidential nomination for President of these United States.”

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