Ron Paul campaigning in Fort Collins, Colorado on Tuesday, January 31, 2011.


Congressman Ron Paul, like all of his GOP opponents, is spending time with supporters tonight as he watches results from the Florida primary. But, Paul won’t be in Florida. Instead he’ll be watching in Nevada. In a press email, Paul’s campaign writes he will be in Henderson, Nevada for a "Florida Election Night Party & Nevada Caucus Kickoff." He spent the earlier part of Tuesday in Colorado.

The Nevada Caucus is this Saturday, and Paul’s been focused on that race since campaigning ended in South Carolina. He will spend the rest of the week there too, with events in Las Vegas tomorrow to campaign and to celebrate his 55th wedding anniversary with his wife Carol. The anniversary celebration isn’t open to the public.

Paul is scheduled to hold rallies in Elko, Reno, Pahrump and Las Vegas on Thursday and Friday.