ANKENY, Iowa – The
Iowa component of the Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign announced
that Iowa Republican State Central Committee member James Mills has
publicly endorsed Dr. Paul.
PRESS RELEASE from Ron Paul 2012
Presidential Campaign Committee
Ron Paul Endorsed by Iowa Republican Party Leader
Mills says Paul “needed to lead the
charge” in 2012
Mr. Mills already serves as 4th
District co-chairman for the Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign and a
national advisory board member of “Homeschoolers for Ron Paul.”
However, as a function of his endorsement he is clarifying his support
for Dr. Paul from the perspective of an Iowa Republican Party leader.
“I'm pleased to endorse Congressman Ron Paul for the Republican
nomination to defeat President Barack Obama next year,” said Mr. Mills,
who is an educator in Mason City living in Nora Springs.
“Dr. Paul's consistent record of unwavering principles continues to
attract new voters to the Republican Party. His ability to unite
diverse, grassroots following is a testament to his message of
Liberty. Dr. Paul’s firm belief and confidence in the power of
individual, free markets, sound money, and a non-interventionist
foreign policy is needed to lead the charge at the top of the ticket,”
said Mr. Mills.
Mr. Mills is a lifelong Iowan raised on a family farm. He
with a B.A. from the University of Northern Iowa in Math Education.
worked as a teacher in the Nora Springs Rock Falls Community School
District and the Mason City-based Sylvan Learning Center, which he now
“The endorsement of Ron Paul by Republican Party of Iowa State Central
Committeeman James Mills is further proof that Dr. Paul’s message
resonates with Republicans,” said A.J. Spiker, Iowa Vice-Chair for the
Ron Paul 2012 Presidential Campaign.
“Dr. Paul has been endorsed by more members of the Republican Party of
Iowa’s State Central Committee than any other candidate seeking the
presidency. Five of the 17 members of the RPI leadership have now
endorsed Ron Paul. James Mills joins Drew Ivers, A.J. Spiker, David Fischer and Jeremiah Johnson in endorsing Ron Paul for
President. Each of these party leaders represent more than 100,000 registered Republicans in
districts,” said Mr. Spiker.