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« on: April 10, 2012, 04:50:12 PM »

"Even though you haven't heard much about it in the media, in all the caucus states around the country Ron Paul’s delegate strategy is actually paying off as county after county and district after district are sending more Ron Paul Delegates to State Conventions than any other candidate."

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« Reply #1 on: April 10, 2012, 11:22:34 PM »

http://lewrockwell.com/orig13/azhar1.1.1.html
Ron Paul Upsets Santorum in Missouri Caucuses Buoyed By Huge Youth Turnout
by Hamdan Azhar
The final outcome of Missouri’s lengthy caucus process may not be known for months. Early results, however, indicate that Ron Paul may well walk away from the state with the most delegates. Yesterday, his supporters overwhelmed the largest pooled caucus – Jackson county, responsible for sending 179 delegates to the state and congressional district conventions – winning over two-thirds of the available delegate slots. Mr. Paul also swept St. Louis, winning all of the city’s 36 delegates.

Missouri’s second and third largest caucuses, which convened last Saturday, reported similar results. In Greene county (111 delegates), Paul backers won nearly 60% of the delegate slots. In St. Charles (147 delegates), they so thoroughly dominated that the county GOP chair, allegedly a Santorum supporter, adjourned the meeting and called in the police to prevent the election from taking place.

In each of these counties, Paul supporters were outnumbered by Santorum supporters by at least 4-to-1*. Against these daunting odds, the Ron Paulers emerged victorious due to their unmatched grassroots organization and their ability to turn out the youth vote. In Greene county, party insiders said they had “never seen so many young people at a Republican caucus.”

Missouri’s results – a shot in the arm for the Paul campaign – have led many observers to conclude that Mr. Paul’s caucus strategy is working better than they had anticipated. His strong performance follows several events in recent weeks that suggest that Ron Paul supporters – energized by the message of limited government and fiscal conservatism – are quickly taking over the leadership of the Republican party at the state and local levels across the country.

Earlier this month, in Las Vegas, Paul supporters were elected to two-thirds of the board positions in the Clark County Republican Party after winning more county convention delegates than any other candidate at the caucuses – including Mitt Romney. Meanwhile, in Iowa, the state co-chair of the Paul campaign was elected as the chairman of the Iowa Republican Party in February. Last week, Paul supporters swept all the delegate slots in two of Seattle’s largest legislative district conventions.

Such accomplishments belie the mainstream media’s efforts to marginalize Ron Paul’s candidacy. The Associated Press’s projections, for example, report the Texas congressman as being last in the delegate count. Election analysts, however, insist that those projections are driven by a failure to understand the rules governing delegate allocation in caucus states. Josh Putnam, election expert and professor of political science, agrees. The AP delegate count, he admits, is based on “a fantasy proportional allocation of delegates in the non-binding caucus states.”

Heading into the Missouri caucuses, the New York Times reported that Rick Santorum was "frantically wooing voters" in an attempt to secure a "second victory." Since then, the Times' caucus blog has maintained complete silence about Ron Paul's unexpectedly strong performance in the state.

With his likely victory in Missouri, Mr. Paul has shown once again that his campaign – fueled by the passion and determination of millions of grassroots supporters across the country – should not be written off too quickly. He has more than doubled his voter base since 2008, intends to compete aggressively in Texas and California, and continues to upend the establishment narrative at every turn. Regardless of who wins the Republican nomination, all available evidence suggests that the Ron Paul movement will continue to be a significant force in American politics for decades to come.

*In Missouri’s Feb. 7 primary – meaningless, since it awarded zero delegates - the ratio of Santorum votes to Paul votes was 3.8 in Jackson county, 4.3 in St. Charles county, and 4.5 in Greene county. Ron Paul won the majority of the county-level delegates in Jackson and Greene counties, and is expected to do the same in St. Charles when it holds its rescheduled caucus on April 10.
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First hand reports are now in that Ron Paul indeed swept all 147 delegates in St. Charles County. Grin Grin
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« Reply #2 on: April 11, 2012, 08:31:02 AM »

Ron Paul Sweeps St. Charles County Caucus Redo

Paul wins 59 delegates in Second Congressional District, 88 delegates in Third Congressional District.

Paul swept the caucus, taking all 59 delegate seats in Congressional District 2 and 88 seats in Congressional District 3. Those delegates will go onto the Congressional District Caucuses April 21.

http://stcharles.patch.com/articles/ron-paul-sweeps-st-charles-county-caucus-redo
 
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« Reply #3 on: April 11, 2012, 09:10:50 AM »

I forgot to post relevant news from Nevada.

Ron Paul supporters claim victories in Nevada

Supporters of Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul say they came away with all 75 state delegates from Nye County and more than half of 108 state delegates from Douglas County in convention voting Saturday.

But leaders of the Nye Republican Central Committee say they plan to appeal the vote to the state GOP Credentials Committee because Paul backers violated party rules and state law, prompting them to leave before the election.
 
"Me and the others left early because the Paul supporters violated state law, and were unruly and rowdy," said Fely A. Quitevis, chair of the Nye GOP. "I couldn't stand it anymore and gave up. In my heart and mind, I know I did the right thing."
 
Paul supporters maintain Nye GOP leaders cheated by trying to convene the convention with unelected delegates, and they elected a chair who oversaw a fair election.

"Supporters of Dr. Paul are reshaping Republican politics in Nevada," Carl Bunce, Nevada chairman of Paul's campaign, said in a statement. "They have the stamina and determination to bring the party back to its limited-government roots, county by county."
 
Last month, Paul backers captured more than half of Clark County's 1,382 delegates to the state convention in Sparks in May. They also won 14 of the Clark GOP's 21 executive board positions. The county encompassing Las Vegas is the state's most populous.


Read more: http://ravallirepublic.com/news/national/govt-and-politics/article_13b6a34d-45bf-531e-8fbc-22180046485e.html#ixzz1rkFJs41u
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« Reply #4 on: April 15, 2012, 12:41:32 AM »

Ron Paul Sweeps Denver County, Colorado Delegates!

http://runronpaul.com/election/ron-paul-sweeps-denver-county-colorado-delegates/
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« Reply #5 on: April 15, 2012, 12:42:43 AM »

King County, Washington 11th District delegates sweep "Ron Paul" Slate!

Every possible Ron Paul delegate AND alternate from the 11th district was elected to the Washington State Convention!

http://www.dailypaul.com/226697/king-county-11th-district-sweeps-ron-paul-slate
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« Reply #6 on: April 15, 2012, 12:44:55 AM »

Ron Paul swept the Oklahoma 3rd District toady!

Today, the Oklahoma 3rd District was swept by Ron Paul delegates and there was nothing the opposition could do. One by one, the delegates were handed to Ron Paul, including the alternates and the elector.
 
Oklahoma's 3rd and 5th Districts now belong to Ron Paul. Next week is the 4th district and after that, the state slate. As of today, Ron Paul has 6 delegates going to Tampa and next week, we'll try to hand him some more.
 
Oklahoma loves Ron Paul and the neocons are very afraid.

http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?372018-Ron-Paul-swept-the-Oklahoma-3rd-District-toady!
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« Reply #7 on: April 17, 2012, 01:52:11 AM »

It's Working! Ron Paul Wins Minnesota, Colorado Delegates to Republican National Convention

In Minnesota, Ron Paul supporters swept the three district conventions that occurred today, winning nine of nine delegates to the national convention. Minnesota is set to hold more such conventions next week.

In Colorado, supporters of the 12-term Congressman from Texas won 12 delegates and 13 alternate delegates. Paul’s state operation is confident that it can win over more of the Rick Santorum delegates to its side who were elected on a combined Paul-Santorum slate. The Paul-Santorum coalition’s combined delegate total is 20—more than establishment candidate Mitt Romney's estimated 16.

http://www.dailypaul.com/226731/ron-paul-wins-minnesota-colorado-delegates-to-republican-national-convention
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« Reply #8 on: April 24, 2012, 02:08:20 PM »

Ron Paul racks up Minnesota delegates

Paul took home 20 of the 24 possible delegates and nearly all the alternative delegates Saturday during the Minnesota congressional district conventions...

Thirteen more at-large delegates will be chosen at the Minnesota state convention, but the delegation demographics there will be very similar to those in the congressional districts, and Paul appears poised to come away with even more delegates after the May 4 convention.

http://thehill.com/blogs/twitter-room/other-news/223109-ron-paul-racks-up-minnesota-delegates
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« Reply #9 on: April 24, 2012, 03:10:16 PM »

Ron Paul backers sweep into GOP party roles in Iowa

Six of the new Iowa GOP state central committee members elected Saturday have publicly expressed support for Paul, a libertarian-leaning presidential candidate: Joel Kurtinitis, Kris Thiessen, Dave Cushman, Jeff Shipley, John Kabitzke and Marcus Fedler. Two more have close ties.  [There are sixteen total GOP state central committee positions.]

http://blogs.desmoinesregister.com/dmr/index.php/2012/04/21/winners-of-the-iowa-gop-state-central-committee-elections/
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« Reply #10 on: April 28, 2012, 05:14:45 PM »

Last month's news from Missouri...

Ron Paul Wins Key Victories in Missouri Caucus Ending Today (3/24/12)

In total, Missouri’s 1st Congressional District has 103 delegates and Ron Paul won 36 of them as a result of winning the entire St. Louis City Caucus.  For comparison sake, in the St. Louis City Caucus, Ron Paul received 158 votes and the next-closest vote recipient Rick Santorum garnered just 74 votes, or less than half.

The larger Jackson County caucus also occurred today.  In the 5th Congressional District, Ron Paul won 63 delegates, won all 144 alternate delegates, won 105 delegates to the Republican state convention, and won 144 alternates to the state convention.  In the 6th Congressional District, Dr. Paul swept all 39 delegates, won all 39 delegates to the state convention, and won 144 alternates to the state convention.
 
The countywide totals for Dr. Paul include 246 Congressional delegates, more than double Mitt Romney’s 120, and 360 alternate delegates for Ron Paul, a clean sweep in that regard.
 
Santorum and Newt Gingrich won zero Congressional delegates and alternate delegates in Jackson County.

Source: http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2012/03/24/ron-paul-wins-key-victories-in-missouri-caucus-ending-today/

More info from Missouri: http://www.policymic.com/articles/5978/ron-paul-upsets-rick-santorum-in-missouri-caucuses-buoyed-by-huge-youth-turnout
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« Reply #11 on: April 28, 2012, 05:22:28 PM »

Ron Paul Wins Massachusetts Delegates in District Caucuses

Ron Paul has won 2 of the 3 available delegate slots in Massachusetts’s 1st District in Saturday's state caucuses.

While all delegates are required to vote for Romney during the first round of the Tampa convention (but not during a second vote), district voters are allowed to choose whoever they want to fill those roles. Thus, there were two camps: the official Romney-approved slate, and the Ron Paul-allied Ronald Reagan Unity Liberty Slate.

http://www.policymic.com/articles/7650/ron-paul-wins-massachusetts-delegates-in-district-caucuses


Sweeping in Massachusetts

We just swept MA district 7, getting the 3 delegates and 3 alternates.
 
And I heard the same about districts 2, 3 and 5.
 
We might just sweep this whole state -- and then some.

http://www.dailypaul.com/229515/sweeping-in-massachusetts
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« Reply #12 on: April 29, 2012, 03:49:34 PM »

Ron Paul Wins Louisiana Caucus

[Ron Paul] wins four and a half of six congressional district caucuses, securing 111 of 150 or 74 percent of delegates elected yesterday to the state convention.

http://www.reuters.com/article/2012/04/29/idUS57517+29-Apr-2012+BW20120429
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« Reply #13 on: April 29, 2012, 04:32:07 PM »

Ron Paul 2012 Wins Majority Of Washington Delegates To Convention, Other States Expected To Follow

Ron Paul's 2012 campaign has won the majority of Washington's delegates to the Republican National Convention, and a number of other states are expected to follow suit, pointing to a hectic convention in which Mitt Romney's path to the nomination may face a major insurgent opponent.

Washington is now the third state, after Iowa and Minnesota, in which Ron Paul has locked up at least half of the state's nominating delegates. In order to be officially entered in nomination at the Tampa, Fla., convention, he needs to secure half or more of the delegates in five states, and as of Thursday, he looks poised to grab a majority of delegates in other states like North Dakota and Maine in coming weeks.

http://www.ibtimes.com/articles/333906/20120426/ron-paul-2012-delegates-news-romney-convention.htm
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« Reply #14 on: April 29, 2012, 04:41:05 PM »

Actually, Ron Paul Is Secretly Winning A Lot More Delegates Than You Think

In just the last week, Paul locked up 49 delegates, including five in Pennsylvania and four in Rhode Island, two states thought to be firmly on Romney's turf.

http://www.businessinsider.com/ron-paul-winning-delegates-missouri-minnesota-colorado-washington-2012-4#ixzz1tMDgquQJ
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« Reply #15 on: April 29, 2012, 04:52:33 PM »

Ron Paul Wins Alaska! Kinda...

Delegate count: Romney=8, Santorum=8, Gingrich=2, Paul=6.  Santorum and Gingrich delegates will most likely vote for Paul in Tampa, so that gives Paul a possible count of 16 out of 24 delegates.

http://www.dailypaul.com/229659/ron-paul-wins-alaska
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« Reply #16 on: April 29, 2012, 05:45:35 PM »

These developments are the motherload of awesome! The sweet thing is the delegate strategy works with or without (or even better without) mainstream media coverage. The media has mousetrapped itself over this---the more they scream the narrative "the primaries are over, it's Romney" the fewer Romney supporters show for these congressional and district conventions, meaning the Paul people are swarming them to victory, in state after state. If the MSM does cover it a lot, it will destroy the narrative that the primaries are over, and encourage more Paul people to show up to the conventions and get elected as delegates!

The national GOP convention will be a thunderous affirmation of a changing of the guard within the party, when Paul gets a gigantic reception by the delegates during the proceedings. Beyond that, as things now stand, it appears increasingly plausible that Romney will not have the delegates to straightforwardly win on the first ballot, and an outside chance exists the votes will be there to release the delegates from being bound on the first ballot, opening the door wider for a different ending to the nominating script.
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« Reply #17 on: April 29, 2012, 07:26:56 PM »

*Update from Massachusetts.

Paul national campaign chairman Jesse Benton told The Daily Caller that Paul supporters occupy 16 of 19 delegate slots filled in congressional district selection processes.

“They are bound to Romney but support Ron,” said Benton. The effect of this coup isn’t immediately clear.

Massachusetts will send 41 delegates to the Republican National Convention. Thirty-eight are bound by the results of the state’s March 6 primary — which Romney swept with 72 percent of the vote.  The former governor was projected to receive all 38 delegates.
 
The 16 delegates supporting Paul are bound to vote for Romney on the first ballot at the Republican National Convention. If Romney does not achieve the required number of votes on the first ballot, the delegates can vote for the candidate of their choice.

http://dailycaller.com/2012/04/29/ron-paul-supported-by-16-massachusetts-delegates-says-campaign/
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« Reply #18 on: May 02, 2012, 01:41:21 PM »

Looking Towards Tampa: Ron Paul’s Delegate Strategy

Both Speaker Gingrich and Senator Santorum have released their delegates, and it appears these delegates are free agents. As such, they can vote for whomever they want. In most states, delegates are not in fact chosen by the candidates but are chosen through a discreet process and then bound to a candidate. This process has massive implications.

Many insiders are speculating that at least 600 delegates are actually Dr. Paul supporters, particularly in caucus states. Under GOP rules, in order for a candidate to be placed in nomination they must have a majority of delegates from each state. Given what has happened thus far in the primary season, Paul will control the delegations from Colorado, Iowa, Minnesota, Missouri, and Washington State. With Sen. Santorum and Speaker Gingrich out, it is likely the same case for Nevada, as well. If these realities hold true through April, Dr. Paul arguably has sufficient delegates to be nominated.

http://ivn.us/2012/04/27/looking-towards-tampa-ron-pauls-delegate-strategy/
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« Reply #19 on: May 02, 2012, 01:48:31 PM »

Iowa
On top of the original seven he received on Jan. 3, [Ron Paul] will garner at least 14 of the 28 delegates in Iowa.

Minnesota
Paul will once again receive at least 20 of the state’s 40 delegates – 14 remain unpledged.

Last week, Paul supporters swept the three district conventions by winning nine of the nine delegates to the national convention. The North Star State is expected to hold conventions from May 4 to May 5 where 13 National Convention delegates will be selected.

Colorado
...according to the Paul campaign, supporters captured 12 delegates and 13 alternate delegates. The Centennial State maintains 36 delegates; 33 of which are tied to the caucuses.

Furthermore, representatives from the state operations believe it can win over even more delegates from Santorum in the Paul-Santorum coalition that was formed, which grabbed 20 delegates compared to Romney’s estimated 16.

Two Paul supporters will now serve on the Rules Committee and the coalition even unseated Colorado State Party Chairman Ryan Call, a known Romney supporter, from his position as the Delegate Chairman.

Source: http://www.digitaljournal.com/article/323593
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« Reply #20 on: May 06, 2012, 09:00:59 AM »

Ron Paul backers dominate Iowa GOP nominees for national convention
http://runronpaul.com/election/ron-paul-backers-dominate-iowa-gop-nominees-for-national-convention/

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By Jennifer Jacobs

The majority of Iowans on the list to go to Tampa for the GOP national convention could be aligned with Ron Paul, a presidential candidate who represents a movement focused on limited government and constitutional principles.

Of the 13 delegates and 13 alternates elected today for the national convention, just one has publicly endorsed Mitt Romney for president – Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad. And just three others publicly supported Rick Santorum, who won the Iowa caucuses but is no longer in the race.

The national delegate slate is far from finalized yet, but if the Paul trend in the Iowa delegation continues, the upshot will be that the Iowa caucuses essentially had three winners: Romney on caucus night, Santorum after the certified vote, and Paul in the delegate count.

Some Iowa Republicans worry the upheaval could endanger their first-in-the-nation voting status. Iowa has long been on shaky ground, and the added criticism emboldens the argument that the Republican National Committee should strip Iowa of its coveted role as the central presidential testing grounds.

The at-large delegates nominated today are: Branstad; U.S. Sen. Chuck Grassley; Margaret Stoldorf of Red Oak; Michelle Bullock of Ankeny; James Mills of Nora Springs; Steven Anders of Council Bluffs; Roger Leahy of Fairfield; Mark Hansen of Council Bluffs; William Johnson of Dubuque; Lexy Nuzum of Winterset; Andrea Bie of Waterville; David Fischer of Altoona; and Drew Ivers of Webster City.

Ten of the 13 have expressed public support for Paul, such as by donating money or volunteering for his campaign.
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« Reply #21 on: May 06, 2012, 09:29:04 AM »

Paul Wins Nevada and Maine Despite Sabotage Effort by Republicans
http://www.infowars.com/paul-wins-nevada-and-maine-despite-sabotage-effort-by-republicans/

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The Republican establishment lost big in Maine on Saturday despite their best efforts to spike the process.

The election held in Augusta, Maine, catapulted Paul supporters to leadership positions, including convention secretary and convention chairman, and shifted the convention away from Romney.

“It was a major symbolic coup for Paul supporters and a bit of a letdown for Mitt Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee. Ironically, Romney’s brother, Scott Romney, was scheduled to deliver the convention’s keynote address on Saturday evening,” the Bangor Daily News reported on Saturday.

The result in Maine underscores the power of the Paul campaign. Paul supporters have also taken control of the party in Iowa and made huge gains in Nevada. Both states are critical swing states. Nevada has the fourth largest Mormon population in the country. Mitt Romney is a Mormon.

Continued support for Paul will undoubtedly spell trouble for Romney and Republicans in November.

Desperate establishment Republicans tried to derail the Paul effort in Maine with dirty tracks, as the video below reveals. Republican operatives had circulated a fake list of Ron Paul convention delegates, but their effort to undermine Ron Paul failed.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=qjCO5TEGAMw
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« Reply #22 on: May 06, 2012, 01:10:12 PM »

Ron Paul wins majority of Nevada delegates

Thanks to organized Paul supporters, who have been working to increase their candidate’s support at state conventions around the country, 22 of the 25 Nevada delegates up for grabs will be Paul supporters. (Another three are automatic delegates.)

http://runronpaul.com/election/ron-paul-wins-majority-of-nevada-delegates/
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« Reply #23 on: May 06, 2012, 01:16:45 PM »

Ron Paul wins majority of delegates from Maine GOP

With Ron Paul forces in control, the Maine Republican Convention has elected a majority slate supporting the Texas congressman to the GOP national convention.

http://www.bostonherald.com/news/us_politics/view/20120506ron_paul_wins_majority_of_delegates_from_maine_gop/
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« Reply #24 on: May 21, 2012, 07:26:06 PM »

Ron Paul Decisively Wins Minnesota and Carries Delegates in Multiple Other States

In all, the Paul camp has swept the state of Minnesota winning 32 of the state’s 40 national delegates.

There, Paul supporters estimate that they have won eight voting slots [out of 30] plus one non-voting delegate and 11 alternates.

At the Vermont Republican State Convention this weekend, Ron Paul supporters won two of 14 national delegates, with two more considered potential allies, and they won 10 of 14 alternates.  In all, Vermont has 17 delegates including super delegates.

In those contests Ron Paul supporters won 17 of 33 national delegates selected, with the remainder of the state’s 49 delegates including super delegates to be selected at the June 16th state convention.

http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2012/05/20/ron-paul-decisively-wins-minnesota-and-carries-delegates-in-multiple-other-states/
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« Reply #25 on: May 23, 2012, 04:17:10 PM »

I just realized that I messed up in my last post.

The 8 of 30 delegates won by RP (mentioned in the second line) were in Michigan

The 17 of 33 delegates won by RP (mentioned in the last line) were in Virginia.
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« Reply #26 on: May 23, 2012, 04:34:20 PM »

Nevada Report

22 of 25 delegates are Ron Paul

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« Reply #27 on: May 23, 2012, 04:38:56 PM »

http://atlantisonline.smfforfree2.com/index.php/topic,30617.0.html

http://atlantisrisingforums.proboards.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=general&thread=131

http://www.smeggys.co.uk/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=22045

http://www.believeinamerica.com/thread-3270.html

http://www.thomhartmann.com/forum/2012/05/ron-paul-winning-delegates

http://liberalforum.org/liberalforum/index.php?/topic/125096-ron-paul-is-winning-delegates/

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« Reply #28 on: May 23, 2012, 07:44:51 PM »

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Ron Paul is here
“Defending Liberty…”
I beg you vote for the man next year
Ron Paul is here
“The freedom message…”
Making people be aware


“I’m suggesting very strongly that
we should have a foreign policy of
non-intervention.
I tried very hard to solve this problem
before we went to war by saying,
declare war if you want to go to war,
go to war, fight it, and win it.
But don’t get into it for political reasons,
or to enforce UN resolutions, or pretend
the Iraqis were a national threat to us.”

Houston, we have a problem
We need Ron Paul to come solve them
Is there a doctor in the house?
Is there a doctor in the house?
Code Blue
There’s a patient in ICU
Man, the Constitution where they rip in two
Need Ron Paul to fix it back, that’s true
With a resuscitation, fix the Constitution

“The principle, the moral principle is that
of defending Liberty
and minimizing the scope of government.”

‘Dem can’t school we
Ron Paul a’ go run for the presidency
In the future, man we a’ go call he
Mr. President Ron Paul for the country
Make sure you vote for the man in a hurry

“We’ve talked about a humble foreign policy.
No nation building, don’t police the world.
That is a conservative, it’s a pro-American,
it follows the Founding Fathers,
and besides, it follows the Constitution.
I would work very hard to protect the privacy
of American citizens, being very
very cautious with warrantless searches…”

Ron Paul is here
Making people be aware
Ron Paul is here
Make sure you vote for the man next year
Ron Paul is here
Helping people everywhere
Ron Paul is here
Making people be aware

“There’s every reason to believe we
have enough freedom in this country
to have freedom of expression,
and that is what is important.
We should never interfere with the internet
that’s why I have never voted to
regulate the internet,
even when there is the temptation
to put bad things on the internet,
regulation of bad & good on the internet
should be done differently…”

Ron Paul get up and run for us all
Mr. President, me say Ron Paul, Paul
Three Shoes Posse, we a’ go endorse he
Man, we first the motion, and we second it,
Now Ron Paul run for presidency
A real patriot, where he could help we
Fix the Constitution, where they rip in three
You know resuscitation could help we
Ron Paul make the government bawl you see
Even federal government, he fix them quickly
And make them know, Lord, man them can’t rob we
You see how them rob we with them damn tax money
Them the kind a’ thing Ron Paul nah stand for it
Man the federal government, the federal reserve he fix
Federal Reserve, man he a’ go fix it
And make them know them can’t rob we money
The Constitution he put it back in a hurry
Because President Ron Paul is ready
God we trust
Ron Paul a’ help we
Vote for the man for presidency
Vote for him, Lord, do it quickly
Put it on paper ballot and you count it
You get some college kids,
Volunteer their time you see
And count the paper votes in front of we
In public view, man we want to count it
No trust them machines, Ron Paul, them crazy
Them rip off the election from all a’ we

Ron Paul is here
“Defending Liberty”
Helping people everywhere
Ron Paul is here
“The freedom message”
Making people be aware
Ron Paul is here
“Defending Liberty”
Beg you vote for him, Lord next year
Ron Paul is here
“The freedom message”
Helping people everywhere
Ron Paul is here
“Defending Liberty”
Beg you vote for him, Lord next year

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« Reply #29 on: June 02, 2012, 10:12:18 PM »

Washington State Republican Convention Results LIVE: Romney and Paul Win Delegates

In all, Romney won 34 of the 40 delegates up for grabs in Tacoma. Paul won five and Rick Santorum came away with one delegate.

http://www.policymic.com/articles/9129/washington-state-republican-convention-results-live-ron-paul-looks-to-gain-more-delegates&referral=latest_comments

Apparently, a lot of Paul supporters didn't even show up from what I read on the Daily Paul.
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« Reply #30 on: June 02, 2012, 10:26:59 PM »

LIVE: Wyoming Caucus Results, Mitt Romney Beats Ron Paul And Rick Santorum

Final tally [in Wyoming]: Romney has won six delegates, Santorum gained three, Ron Paul one. Another remains uncommitted, and one more is still to be decided.

http://www.policymic.com/articles/5297/live-wyoming-caucus-results-mitt-romney-beats-ron-paul-and-rick-santorum%26op=
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« Reply #31 on: June 03, 2012, 08:26:40 PM »

Ron Paul Delegates Arrested As They Win a Majority at Louisiana GOP Convention

The convention began peacefully with a prayer and invocation. Roger Villere, Chairman of the Louisiana Republican Party, then attempted to recognize the former Chair of the Convention’s Rules Committee who had been ousted from his position last night. When Alex Helwig, the newly elected Rules Committee chair, rose to address the delegation, Mr. Villere ordered him removed from the floor. Video footage shows Shreveport police dragging Mr. Helwig out of the room despite his protests that he was a duly elected delegate.

At this point, a motion was made to elect a new convention chairman. Henry Herford, Jr., was elected by an overwhelming majority. Nevertheless, Mr. Villere – who had appointed himself the convention chairman – refused to relinquish control of the gathering. As the delegates began turning their chairs around, Mr. Herford, the newly elected chairman, rose to call the convention to order. Sources report that, in an act of desperation, Mr. Villere and state party officials then ordered police to attack Mr. Herford.
 
Video footage shows an older gentleman in a blue shirt being violently dragged away by police and then shoved to the ground. When Mr. Herford protests that he is handicapped and would like to press charges for assault against the police officers, a Shreveport police officer is seen smirking in response. Sources report that Mr. Herford, 57, has a prosthetic hip that was dislocated during the assault.

After Convention Chairman Henry Herford’s arrest, the delegates proceeded to elect a new chair and continued with the business of the convention. They reportedly elected a slate of 27 Ron Paul supporters to fill 12 of the 18 district delegate slots and 15 of 20 at-large delegate slots, before certifying the results with the RNC.

More here: http://www.policymic.com/articles/9163/louisiana-convention-results-ron-paul-delegates-arrested-as-they-command-majority
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« Reply #32 on: June 17, 2012, 12:36:55 PM »

Ron Paul Iowa Convention Win

Ron Paul may have put his presidential aspirations aside, but he had a strong showing this weekend in Iowa, winning 21 of the 25 contestable delegates to the RNC in Tampa, according to Doug Wead, a senior campaign advisor.

http://www.newsmax.com/Politics/Ron-Paul-Iowa-convention/2012/06/17/id/442549
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« Reply #33 on: June 18, 2012, 08:34:23 AM »

Dose anyone know the number of Paul supporters that are being sent by the different states bound or unbound to Romney to the national convention? The numbers are a little unclear to me.
None know what will happen between now and the convention so, If there is to be a fight or upset of some sort, I'd just like to know how we stand.
Like others here, I see no other option for my vote to go only to Dr. Paul.

I heard someone say the other day that a man like Dr Paul only comes along once every 200 years. This makes sense to me. You only have to look back through our history to see who stood for the constitution and who did not to see it.

I think that Gods grace still covers this country, but only barely. I think that we as a country have been given one last chance to make the right choice to take a stand against the darkness one more time like our forefathers did when our Republic was born.

Dr Paul is a stainless man and is the only one that is truly qualified with the integrity and leadership required to be the leader of our Republic.

GODS SPEED RON PAUL IN 2012!

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« Reply #34 on: June 23, 2012, 03:00:30 PM »

Dose anyone know the number of Paul supporters that are being sent by the different states bound or unbound to Romney to the national convention?

http://www.thereal2012delegatecount.com/
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« Reply #35 on: June 23, 2012, 03:04:03 PM »

Ron Paul surprise in Arkansas!

I will just summarize this article.  It looks like Ron Paul supporters won 7 delegate slots out of 36 with another 6 elected as alternates.  Twenty-one delegates are "at-large" and are not voted on at a caucus but instead are voted on by the county chairmen, so RP didn't have a chance to win any of these.  Three more delegate spots are taken by the top 3 GOP state officialls.  Essentially, RP won 7 out of 12 caucus delegate slots.

https://dougwead.wordpress.com/2012/06/10/ron-paul-surprise-in-arkansas/
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« Reply #36 on: June 23, 2012, 03:07:16 PM »

Ron Paul scores surprise delegates in New Mexico!

There is a report that six of the newly elected delegates to the RNC from New Mexico are Ron Paul supporters.  Nine other Ron Paul supporters were elected as alternate delegates.  Amazing.  According to the Romney campaign they will still have to vote for Mitt Romney in Tampa.  New Mexico will be represented by only 20 delegates, so this is a significant haul.

http://dougwead.wordpress.com/2012/06/12/ron-paul-scores-surprise-delegates-in-new-mexico/
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« Reply #37 on: June 23, 2012, 04:39:23 PM »

Ron Paul needs to run still as an independent.
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