VANCOUVER -- Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul arrived Friday for another campaign visit to Vancouver, ahead of Saturday's Washington caucuses.
Paul spoke at a town hall meeting in the Clark County Event Center.
Just two weeks ago, Paul spoke at a rally in the Vancouver Hilton. Around 1,500 people packed the room, with a line outside stretching down the street. Supporters had to be turned away at that venue, because there wasn't enough room inside.
Friday's planned rally at the Event Center was expected to be much larger, with seating for 2,500 people.
Last month, Paul also spoke at a rally in a Seatac airport hotel.
He is running against Mitt Romney, Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum for the GOP presidential nomination.