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By Tom Fitton
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Drew Forbes
Mr. Forbes said that Mr. Paul's job could get easier if voters think that Hillary Rodham Clinton is going to win the Democratic nomination for president.
"Someone said that Ron Paul speaks to people who see the light and Rand Paul speaks to people who are still in the dark," said Drew Forbes, a 31-year-old from Houston. "I think that Rand Paul has had better success with a mainstream audience whereas Ron Paul has more success with the idealist, with the pure strict libertarian."