Early in the day, state delegates supporting Paul's continued pursuit of the Republican nomination voted through a rules change that forced the state party to abandon its preset ballot of potential national convention delegates and open up the race to the rest of the state delegates.
The vote followed a rousing speech by Paul of Texas, who said his presidential campaign will continue as long as he has support.
But as the convention continued into the evening, chairman Bob Beers said the party's contract for the hall at the Peppermill Resort Casino had expired and the event would be rescheduled.
"Due to a rules change that left us on an overtime basis, we will recess the convention until a date that we are going to announce next week," Beers told a shocked crowd, which stood silent for a few seconds before erupting in boos.
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You can read Bob Beer's response here.
-Do you think it good what Beers did?
-Do you think it good what Paul is doing?
-Do you think situations like this are good for Democracy?
-What do you think of this statement: "We need to strike a compromise between perfect democracy and getting things done."? What do you think the founding fathers would think of this statement?