Republican Sen. Rand Paul will visit Iowa July 29 and 30 to encourage Iowans to support limited government principles and fiscal responsibility, the Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign has announced.
“Rand Paul’s message strikes a strong chord with the Tea Party here in Iowa,” said Drew Ivers, Iowa chairman of the elder Paul’s campaign. “His message of stopping out of control federal spending is exactly what the Republican party needs at this time.”
Rand Paul, a freshman from Kentucky, won election due in part to Tea Party support. He is an advocate for cutting federal spending and a strong opponent of raising the debt ceiling.
Paul will be making stops in several cities, including Cedar Rapids. Details of the Iowa Tea Party Tour will be announced soon.
For more on Ron Paul’s campaign for the 2012 GOP presidential nomination, visit www.RonPaul2012.com.