Rand Paul Drops Out of 2016 Presidential Race

Posted on February 3, 2016

Senator Rand Paul is dropping out of the race for the presidency. The Republican candidate drops out after finishing fith and receiving 4.5% of the vote in the Iowa caucuses.

Paul was one of the most well-informed candidates at the debates. He could speak with intelligence and knowledge on a variety of subjects including online privacy and U.S. involvement in Middle-East conflicts.

Rand Paul said in a statement, "It's been an incredible honor to run a principled campaign for the White House. Today, I will end where I began, ready and willing to fight for the cause of Liberty."

Paul says he will continue to be a voice against big government, privacy, 4th amendment rights, out-of-control spending and more. He has not endorsed another candidate at this time. He will be running for re-election in the Kentucky U.S. Senate election. Take a look:



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