"He stands for the Constitution, liberty," says supporter Josh Tucker.
We met up with a supporter of Republican presidential candidate Rob Paul. He voted in the Kansas caucus earlier in the day and made it to Springfield by night.
"Yesterday we were in Wichita. We had a caucus today in Montgomery County, Kansas and headed over here as soon as possible," Tucker says.
An energetic crowd chanted support for Paul at Hillcrest High School.
Earlier in the day the Texas congressman toured Convoy of Hope warehouse and Paul spent time in Kansas before this stop.
Rick Santorum also campaigned there and took the win in the Saturday caucuses. Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich didn't make appearances in Kansas.
If the Missouri primaries are any indicator, Paul has quite a bit of work to do if he wants to win Missouri's caucuses. Paul placed third in the state's non-binding primary in February with 12% of the vote. Santorum won with a heavy lead and Romney placed second.
More than 2,000 people came out to see Paul tonight.
Paul's message to the crowd included upholding the Constitution.
"Hold everybody to defending and obeying the Constitution," he said.
Paul also talked about the economy, foreign policy and ending the Federal Reserve system.
"That's why they had to come along in 1913, not only to give us the income tax but they gave us the Federal Reserve," he said.
The caucus next week is a race that counts for delegates. And despite not carrying any states so far, Paul promises to continue his national campaign.