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Republican Rick Santorum to make campaign speech Friday in Fulton

Republican candidate for President of the United States, Rick Santorum, will hold a campaign rally at 1 p.m. today at William Woods University. The event is free and open to the public.

Republican candidate for President of the United States, Rick Santorum, will hold a campaign rally at 1 p.m. today at William Woods University. The event is free and open to the public.

Rick Santorum, a Republican candidate for President of the United States, will be in Fulton Friday afternoon for a campaign speech.

It is one of four stops Santorum has scheduled in Missouri on Friday.

Santorum starts his trip through Missouri with two stops in Hannibal. He then will hold a 1 p.m. campaign rally in Fulton at Cutlip Auditorium on the campus of William Woods University.

Santorum ends his day in Missouri with a stop at John Knox Village in Lee’s Summit.

In Fulton Santorum will be introduced at the campaign rally at William Woods by Lucas Watson, a senior biology major from Louisiana, Mo.

Watson is president of President’s Twenty, a collegiate honorary service society whose members serve as official ambassadors of William Woods University.

Members of the society also assist President Jahnae H. Barnett at university events. They also serve as official honor and color guard for all university convocations, commencements and many other activities.

Mary Ann Beahon, public affairs director at the university, said “it has been the practice of William Woods University to host politicians and candidates, regardless of their viewpoints. However, the university does not endorse any political candidates.”

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