Influential Homeschoolers Coalesce Behind Ron Paul

By:  Joe Wolverton, II
01/09/2012
       
Influential Homeschoolers Coalesce Behind Ron Paul

On Saturday, the Ron Paul campaign issued a statement announcing the naming of several new members of the “Homeschoolers for Ron Paul” coalition.  The formation of the group was originally announced in August and since then has been very successful in motivating homeschool advocates to rally to Dr. Paul’s campaign for the White House.
 
 

On Saturday, the Ron Paul campaign issued a statement announcing the naming of several new members of the “Homeschoolers for Ron Paul” coalition. The formation of the group was originally announced in August and since then has been very successful in motivating homeschool advocates to rally to Dr. Paul’s campaign for the White House.
 
As the statement released on ronpaul2012.com stated:

Today, interest in Ron Paul by this population segment has spilled over to many other states and the national campaign. The campaign’s expanded use of the homeschool and other coalitions is proving itself a useful tool in helping to make Barack Obama a one-term president.

The campaign went on to publish a impressive list of influential homeschooling proponents who were joining the advisory board of the the “Homeschoolers for Ron Paul” coalition.
 
First, there is Mary Pride. She and her husband, Bill, are the founders and publishers of Practical Homeschooling magazine — a publication that boasts 100,000 readers, and which has circulated for more than 27 years.

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