Rep. Ron Paul will lead one of the breakout sessions at the state Republican convention, next month. The Republican Party of Texas made that announcement, today. The session for Convention attendees is called "Uniting Republicans and Balancing the Federal Budget."

In a statement, RPT Chairman Chris Elam said Paul’s breakout session will "undoubtedly be one of the most highly attended special events during the three-day Convention and I know many of our delegates will be interested in hearing about his principled approach to shrinking the size of our federal government from such a major national figure in our Party."

On Monday, Paul announced that he wouldn’t be campaigning in any new states. He is, however, still attending state conventions and working to collect delegates in states that have already held their primaries and caucuses.

In addition to Rep. Paul’s breakout session, the RPT Convention schedule includes a gala speech by former Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum and a keynote speech by Rep. Paul Ryan.