2nd Fifth Place Finish Fails to Dim Ron Paul’s Hopes

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CONCORD, N.H. — In a state that many people considered his best opportunity to match his strong fund-raising with enough votes to shake up the Republican race, Representative Ron Paul came up short on Tuesday.

Candidate Topic PagesMore Politics NewsDespite what seemed like a solid pairing of Mr. Paul’s libertarian leanings and New Hampshire’s “live free or die” ideals embodied in its independent voting bloc, he placed fifth, the same as in Iowa, and 2,000 votes behind Rudolph W. Giuliani.

In his speech on Tuesday night, Mr. Paul, of Texas, indicated that his unorthodox Internet-driven campaign would continue.

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