It's "too early" to say whether Rep. Ron Paul will run again for president, the Texas Republican said Saturday.

The libertarian congressman told a crowd in Iowa, the starting point for a presidential campaign, that he is simply focused on reelection to the House.

"It’s not on my mind, it’s too early, and I will be filing for my congressional seat,” Paul said in an interview with

“I don’t have any plans made," he said.

Paul's insurgent run for the Republican nomination in 2008 allowed him to build a semi-formidable grassroots organization and political action committee (PAC).

The 74-year-old's son, physician Rand Paul, is currently running for Senate in Kentucky.