Originally published: April 18, 2012
Last updated: April 19, 2012 - 11:25pm
While the general consensus is that Mitt Romney has all but officially clenched the Republican presidential nomination, Ron Paul isn't going quietly into the night.
Rep Paul announced that his campaign would go up with a television ad in Rhode Island ahead of the state's April 24 primary. That's the second commercial purchased by the Paul campaign since Rick Santorum dropped out of the presidential race, allowing Romney to cement his status as likely nominee. Last week, Paul's campaign announced the release of a new ad in his home state of Texas.
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