Business owner Linda Bean introduces Texas Congressman Ron Paul, a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, on Saturday, Jan. 28, on the balcony of her Freeport restaurant. Paul was on a campaign swing through the state; his Maine campaign chairman, Paul Madore, is in the background.
Several hundred people listen as Texas Congressman Ron Paul makes a campaign speech in Freeport on Saturday, Jan. 28. Paul is a candidate for the Republican nomination for president.
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