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Topic - Gary Howard
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul used campaign funds to pay salaries and fees to more members of his own family than any other lawmaker in the House, according to a recently released report, handing over more than $300,000 during the 2008 and 2010 election cycles.
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He said Mr. Paul's campaigns have raised more than $100 million during the last five years and employed hundreds if not thousands of people.
"If he's the flavor of the month," said Gary Howard, Paul's spokesman, "he still deserves to be talked about."