Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?

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  Alex reports that Ron Paul has won Iowa, Maine, Missouri, Nevada and who knows what other states.  Why aren't we protesting in the streets?

  Lou Rockwell said that Dr. Paul had 8,000 students at a rally at UCLA.

  Alex says that RON PAUL WILL BE AT UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS ON THURSDAY.  Is Thursday the day when we supporters say ENOUGH OF THIS TYRANNY?  I wish I could get down there and raise hell about this voter fraud.
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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #2 on: April 25, 2012, 10:28:36 AM »
Ron Paul Wins in Iowa and Minnesota; Romney in a Panic:
http://dougwead.wordpress.com/2012/04/23/ron-paul-wins-in-iowa-and-minnesota-romney-in-a-panic/
http://www.ronpaul2012.com/2012/04/24/fox-news-reports-ron-paul-could-win-iowa/




  OK jofortruth.  So do you think this is ever going to get out to the general public?  EVERY ALTERNATE RADIO MEDIA SHOULD BE SHOUTING THIS OUT FROM THE ROOFTOPS.
           http://www.google.com/search?client=safari&rls=en&q=iowa+caucus+results&ie=UTF-8&oe=UTF-8
  Below is the "official" results of Iowa.  They show Ron Paul with 21.4% of the vote! 


Rick Santorum   29,839   24.6%   
Mitt Romney   29,805   24.5%   
Ron Paul           26,036   21.4%   
Newt Gingrich   16,163   13.3%   
Rick Perry   12,557           10.3%   
Michele Bachmann   6,046   5%   
Jon Huntsman   739   0.6%   
Other   316   0.3%   


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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #3 on: April 25, 2012, 10:45:32 AM »
The powers that be couldn't allow Ron Paul to win the FIRST CAUCUS - IOWA because he would have gotten much more support, MONETARILY AND SUPPORT FROM PEOPLE out of the gate. THAT WOULD HAVE THREATENED THEIR PUPPET CANDIDATE (ALL THE REST). So they cheated him, and then when the stupid public has moved on later, they come back and revise the numbers and the impact is not the same when the media refuses to tell us the truth, even after the fact.

THE CHEATING IN AMERICAN ELECTIONS HAS BEEN GOING ON A LONG TIME, AND THEN WE GET A REAL AMERICAN TO RUN FOR OFFICE, RON PAUL, AND THAT CHEATING BY THE GOP ESTABLISHMENT RAMPS UP EVEN MORE. THE SAME WOULD HAVE HAPPENED IF THE CANDIDATE WAS A GOOD DEMOCRAT. THE POWERS THAT BE THINK THEY ARE GOD AND GET TO SELECT WHO OUR PRESIDENTS WILL BE, JUST LIKE BILDERBERG IS MEETING SOON IN VIRGINIA TO SELECT WHO THE VP FOR ROMNEY (THE SUPPOSED CANDIDATE THE ESTABLISHMENT IS BACKING AND DOING WHATEVER IT TAKES TO PROMOTE HIM).

SORRY, BUT I DON'T CALL THIS A FREE ELECTION BY ANY STRETCH OF THE IMAGINATION. THEY GIVE US 2 CANDIDATES ON THE FINAL BALLOT, BOTH OWNED, AND THEN WE VOTE.

FOLKS, VOTE FOR RON PAUL REGARDLESS OF WHAT HAPPENS. THIS ELECTION IS GOING TO BE THE BIGGEST PROTEST VOTE IN HISTORY, IF THEY CHEAT RON PAUL OUT OF HIS DELEGATES AT THE CONVENTION!


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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #4 on: April 25, 2012, 11:18:50 AM »
Ron Paul just won Washington State and he is likely to win another 10 caucus states.

In fact, every caucus state looks like it will be the reverse of the electronic voting states.

So what about them electronic voting states...



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You may have noticed have been quiet here of late. Have been studying an interesting anomaly in election/vote records, and have obtained related source code which shows alteration from the originally intended functioning of the voting system.

It is a small amount of source code and an MS Access table that it interacts with. I'm writing up my concerns on this matter and providing context for it.

It's written in SQL. It will be posted this week. Pass it along to any SQL programmers you may know. I will also post other computer data related to this issue. Check back for updates

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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #5 on: April 25, 2012, 01:15:00 PM »
SQL....  hmmmm.  easily hacked and manipulated.

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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #6 on: April 25, 2012, 04:07:52 PM »
Ron Paul gets the last laugh in Iowa & Minnesota MSNBC 4/23/12
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o1R7Ca8SZKg
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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #7 on: April 25, 2012, 06:20:15 PM »
Can we get a reciept when we vote ?

Or have Harris or Zogby do concurrent vote counting ?

The more auditing the better.

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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #9 on: April 26, 2012, 01:54:31 PM »
I'd start a Revolution...

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPRp5wn7Ni8&feature=BFa&list=PLC180A430339DFA04

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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #10 on: April 26, 2012, 10:41:33 PM »
Why Aren't We in the Streets?

If the majority of the American population had the sense God gave goose Obama lovers would be out in the street.  Even if you don't really care about Paul, what happened to him, should send out alarm bells everywhere.

But hey, this is the same public that will SMILE while some pot belly gropes their child at the airport.  Why should they care about the process that puts people in control of their lives?
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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #11 on: April 28, 2012, 06:30:22 PM »
Ron Paul Wins Massachusetts Delegates in District Caucuses
http://www.policymic.com/articles/7650/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.

That's right, Massachusetts, a primary state, has caucuses, and Ron Paul has emerged victorious.

At approximately 9:30 a.m. on this brisk Saturday morning, Republicans of all ages from Massachusetts’s 1st District (Western Mass) gathered in Westfield’s North Middle School cafeteria to select the three delegates to represent them in the national primary process.

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.

Each slate put up three delegates and three alternates, and 220 attendees sat and listened to speeches from each of them before voting. The Romney slate showed a quick video of Romney’s wife congratulating her husband’s supporters, followed by the Romney candidates’ speeches. They made emotional, often angry, and desperate pleas for party unity. An older woman specifically called out the Ron Paul supporters, accusing them of undermining the democratic process. Her remarks were met with angry jeers from the crowd, as the majority Unity Liberty audience either shouted back in their defense, or merely laughed at what transpired.

Next, the Ron Paul slate gave its speeches. These candidates talked mostly about property rights, but never mentioned Ron Paul by name. The point which drew the most applause of the entire morning was one alternate’s call for putting an immediate end to the occupation of Afghanistan.

When votes were cast and counted (with witnesses from each slate), the total was: From the 193 ballots cast, Unity Liberty delegates Ronald Crochetiere (112 votes) and Marcel Burque (97 votes) won their spots. The third Ron Paul delegate, Joseph Cavallaro, lost in a close heat with a Romney delegate. However, the 13 provisional ballots may yield a clean sweep for the Ronald Reagan Unity Liberty Slate in a week’s time.

Congratulations to the Ronald Reagan Unity Liberty Slate, and good luck to similar slates across the country.


UPDATES:

5:18 PM Reports showing Ron Paul sweeps in at least 4 more districts and counting.

5:02 PM All alternates from the Ron Paul slate were selected.

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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #12 on: April 28, 2012, 10:53:35 PM »
Ron Paul Wins Louisiana!
http://www.dailypaul.com/229567/ron-paul-wins-louisiana
Submitted by RonPaulHemp on Sat, 04/28/2012 - 17:48



I'm at the Louisiana HQ right now. It's confirmed...Ron Paul won Louisiana!!!
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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #13 on: April 28, 2012, 10:55:28 PM »
Ron Paul Controls Alaska GOP
Ron Paul AK delegates take out GOP chair Randy Ruedrich! ,now confirmed
http://www.dailypaul.com/229607/ron-paul-delegates-take-out-randy-ruedrichmy-brother-is-there-now-confirmed
Submitted by BowShallEveryKnee on Sat, 04/28/2012 - 21:29

New Ron Paul guy is named Russ Millette,we also have the vise chair position.
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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #14 on: April 28, 2012, 11:06:00 PM »
Actually, Ron Paul Is Secretly Winning A Lot More Delegates Than You Think
http://www.businessinsider.com/ron-paul-winning-delegates-missouri-minnesota-colorado-washington-2012-4
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Mitt Romney may have all but locked up the Republican nomination with his victories in the East Coast primaries this week, but Ron Paul and his army of acolytes aren't ready to give up the fight just yet.   As the rest of the political world's attention shifts to the general election, Paul is still quietly amassing delegates at district and county conventions, and is now poised to take a real bite — or at least a big nibble — out of Romney's delegate total.  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. In Minnesota, Paul won 20 of the 24 delegates awarded at last weekend's district caucuses, an impressive sweep that guarantees that Paul will control a majority of the state's delegation at the Republican National Convention.  And despite staunch opposition from the state Republican Party, Paul took 20 of the 40 delegates awarded in Missouri last weekend, according to campaign chairman Jesse Benton.  In at least five other states — Colorado, Nevada, Iowa, Washington, and Maine — Paul has done remarkably well at county and district conventions, and his supporters are expected to win a big chunk of the RNC delegates at the state conventions later this spring.  "We are very pleased with the results," Benton told Business Insider. "We still have a long way to go, but we've done very, very well at the county caucuses and district conventions and that bodes well for our strength when we get to the state conventions. Now we need to keep our nose to the grindstone."

Even Rick Santorum, who earlier in the race accused Paul of shilling for Romney, acknowledged the Texas Congressman's impressive organization this week, telling CNN's Piers Morgan that "Ron Paul is working the delegates hard."  In a surprising twist, a lot of Paul's recent success can actually be attributed to Santorum's decision to suspend his campaign earlier this month. In many places, Santorum supporters have banded together with Paul organizers in an attempt to deny Romney delegates.  In Colorado, for example, Santorum supporters have bonded with their Paul counterparts over a shared skepticism of Romney's conservative values. Although the Colorado GOP won't select its RNC delegates until the state convention next month, Paul organizers have gotten many of Santorum's pledged delegates to commit to supporting Paul over Romney.  "In Colorado, there is a real anti-Establishment sense — they want to send a very conservative delegation to the national convention," Benton told BI. "We're fighting it out, and we think there are enough Santorum delegates that are sympathetic to Ron Paul who will come over to us."  In Washington, Santorum's county caucus organizer sent an open letter to his fellow supporters urging them to vote for Paul's delegates rather than Romney's. Here's an excerpt of the letter, obtained by Business Insider:

Romney wants everybody to quit. Quitting may be his solution when his back is up to the wall, but it's not what we want from our leaders. Our country has it's back up against the wall! We need principled fighters and not a pretty boy in a suit. We nominate Romney and it's the equivalent of making him the starting quarterback because he simply looks good in the uniform. He's a defensive coordinators dream. The mere fact he wins in the same places liberals do in the general election says a lot. At some point, and it might as well be now, people are going to reign back power from party leaders, unite and actually make something like a Paul/Santorum unity slate work. As I see it, it's the only way to balance power, restore it back to the people and take it away from big money. Those against such an alliance, especially elected state delegates, might want to address future problems and complaints concerning government to the person in the mirror. I fail to see the logic in people not trusting such an arrangement that both Paul and Santorum's people have agreed to, yet they'll trust the same people running the party for years that have helped bring us to this junction in history.

That Santorum's supporters are taking a second look at Ron Paul rather than vote for Romney's delegates is an indication that the former Massachusetts governor still has major problems with his party's Republican base.  "The plurality of them just don't want to vote for Romney," Doug Wead, a senior advisor to the Paul campaign, told Business Insider. “A lot of people are upset that Romney has not reached out to them at all. [They feel like] 'Why in the hell should we support him when he’s not asking for our support or doing a single thing to get it." "We want to have a strong, respectful presence that says 'We are here, we are are going to participate, and we are ready to talk about the party platform with you if you take our issues seriously," he said. "We're going to send a message that the liberty wing of the Republican party is strong, and that it isn't going anywhere."

The Romney campaign declined to comment on Paul's delegate wins.

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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #15 on: April 29, 2012, 02:21:33 AM »
Shock and Awe babyee, Shock and Awe.

The Old Guard don't know what hit 'em.

I'd start a rEVOLution!!! It's time to GET UP, GET UP!!!
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This country did not achieve greatness with the mindset of "safety first" but rather "live free or die".

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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #17 on: April 29, 2012, 05:06:32 AM »
All Your Delegates Are Belong To Us!
http://www.dailypaul.com/229653/all-your-delegates-are-belong-to-us
Submitted by RayOfMPLS on Sun, 04/29/2012 - 02:53

I just wanted to share some happy LOLs in the midst of all the WINNING!!

Remember the internet meme, "All your base are belong to us"?

Well, try making this graphic viral if you feel it.

http://ron-paul-2012-occupy-the-election.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/all-your-delegates-are-belong-to-us.html
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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #18 on: April 30, 2012, 07:40:59 PM »
Romney Should Strategically Drop Out To Save Face And Avoid GOP And Media Embarrassment
http://www.dailypaul.com/229946/romney-should-strategically-drop-out-to-save-face-and-avoid-gop-and-media-embarrassment
Submitted by Duane Vick on Mon, 04/30/2012 - 15:21

This may well come to pass if the delegate strategy is successful.

If Ron Paul wins the GOP convention in Tampa, Romney will be embarrassed to a great level. The media will be embarrassed as they've been predicting that Romney would be the eventual GOP nominee. It would be forever damaging to the GOP, the media, and Romney himself if he were to lose at Tampa.

However, if Romney drops out, he can do so in a strategic fashion that not only would save him face, but earn him some credit as the one who salvaged and united the GOP party again. The media would save face because instead of having to explain why they never saw this coming, they can instead claim that Romney would still have likely won if not for his strategic dropping out for the party's sake.

Here are some concession points Romney can make in a proposed concession speech before Tampa.

He has come to realize that in order to beat Obama, the GOP must choose a candidate that will bring in lots of independents and disaffected Democrats. This is about the general election and defeating Obama, at any cost.

He can still act hawkish about war but push the importance of saving the economy as being key to any strategy of protecting the rest of the free world. He can acknowledge that Paul has a great economic plan to save America, leaving us in a better position to protect our allies if we should someday need to do so. He can point out that America would not be able to protect Israel if we are bankrupt and further lose our credit rating. He can state that he will still continue to urge Paul to stand up against bully nations.

He can state in his concession speech that he wishes his pledged delegates to support Ron Paul at Tampa. We know that the stealth ones may do so anyway. However, after Tampa is done, Romney can still feign some influence over party politics by pointing out that he requested his delegates support Paul and they were willing to do so 'for the good of the party'.

Now, this scenario plays well for the media and saves them from great embarrassment. With everyone except Paul and Romney already out, they were well on their way to credibility when they predicted a Romney victory from the onset of the primary season. If Romney strategically drops out, the media can still make the claim that a Romney victory was still inevitable had he not made the decision to drop out. The "official story" of an eventual Romney victory would still have credibility to the average reader/viewer.

This scenario leaves Romney with better political prospects when compared to his prospects after an embarrassment in Tampa. If he waits until Tampa, he will be branded as the guy who lost the GOP Presidential primary two cycles in a row. It will make him out to be one who is to be avoided. I'm sure Paul would express his gratitude to Romney for stepping aside somehow, except for VP. That would not be tolerable.

Finally, this gives the GOP some slack in the noose being tightened around them by us Paul supporters. Don't take this the wrong way, I'm not saying we would side with them in any way. I'm just saying that we would be focusing more on the general election than on pursuing takeovers of local and state GOP offices. If Paul doesn't get the GOP nomination, then we will be fighting at every level of the GOP to oust the establishment types. If Paul is the nominee, then we will be very busy getting people to rally around Paul for the general election.

I hope that this gets back to the Romney campaign as a way to avoid embarrassment and to look like the Paul nomination happened by his desire for party unity and a desire to beat Obama as opposed to it happening due to circumstances he lost control of a long time ago. I hope the media wises up and realizes that they should pressure Romney to strategically drop out so their official story doesn't lose credibility.
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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #19 on: May 07, 2012, 11:31:23 PM »
More proof that Romney=Obama|Current RNC is partner in renew energy law firm

The executive branch of the GOP recently called for this esoteric Obamacare loving Gaia worshipper to step down because he violated sacred GOP rules by saying that the primary was over and Romney won.

Here is that story:


Republican Executive Committee Member Calls for Resignation of RNC Chairman Reince Priebus

http://www.dailypaul.com/231581/republican-executive-committee-member-calls-for-resignation-of-rnc-chairman-reince-priebus
Submitted by Truthbearer on Mon, 05/07/2012 - 13:58

Due to an alleged violation of the national GOP's Rule # 11 (bans favoritism of one candidate while more than one candidate exists), an Executive Committee member within the GOP calls for the resignation of RNC Chairman Reince Priebus.

Washington, DC, May 07, 2012 --(PR.com)-- Jeffrey Bales, a Member-at-Large of the Pima County GOP Executive Committee (Tucson, Arizona), says:

“Due to violation of the RNC's Rule #11, I call for Chairman Reince Priebus to resign immediately. It is un-American and beneath the standards established by the Republican Party to violate this rule. It is unethical to support a single Republican Presidential candidate (Mitt Romney) while other Republican candidates remain in the race.

"Further, I call upon Mitt Romney to denounce this behavior and ask that the RNC repair the breach of trust by including the other remaining Republican Presidential candidate, Dr. Ron Paul, in any dispensation of funds, effort and labor. It would benefit all Americans if Mitt Romney would further clarify the fact that 2 candidates remain if he challenged Dr. Ron Paul to a debate."

Rule #11 states:
"Rule No. 11 Candidate Support
(a) The Republican National Committee shall not, without the prior written and filed approval of all members of the Republican National Committee from the state involved, contribute money or in-kind aid to any candidate for any public or party office except the nominee of the Republican Party or a candidate who is unopposed in the Republican primary after the filing deadline for that office. In those states where state law establishes a nonpartisan primary in which Republican candidates could participate, but in which the general election may not include a Republican candidate, the candidate endorsed by a convention held under the authority of the state Republican Party shall be recognized by the Republican National Committee as the Republican nominee.

(b) No state Republican Party rule or state law shall be observed that allows persons who have participated or are participating in the selection of any nominee of a party other than the Republican Party, including, but not limited to, through the use of a multiparty primary or similar type ballot, to participate in the selection of a nominee of the Republican Party for that general election. No person nominated in violation of this rule shall be recognized by the Republican National Committee as the nominee of the Republican Party from that state."

Official RNC rules are available online at: http://www.gop.com/images/legal/2008_RULES_Adopted.pdf

Source:

http://www.pr.com/press-release/410950

One of the commenters explained how is name seems to be esoteric and a cursory view of his past 10+ years employment reveals that he is a partner in a major renewable energy lawfirm.

Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP
http://www.michaelbest.com/rrpriebus/

Reince R. Priebus (On Leave)
Reince Priebus is a partner in our Litigation and Corporate Practice Groups. Currently, Mr. Priebus is on leave from the firm, serving as Chairman of the Republican National Committee in Washington, D.C.


What does Michael Best & Friedrich, LLP do?

Well, not only do they support Obamacare:

http://speedyjerry.com/2012/01/14/reince-priebus-george-soros/

They also a partner in the NGO known as Renewable Energy World. They have issued 30 joint renewable energy press releases and have 40 blog posts promoting renewable energy on the NGO's website renewableenergyworld.com. I shit you not.

http://www.renewableenergyworld.com/rea/partner/michael-best-friedrich-llp/blog



IF THIS NEO-LIBERAL GAIA WORSHIPPING GLOBALIST COMMIE SOCIALIST CONTINUES TO BE THE GOP RNC, THEN IT IS OBVIOUS THAT THE NEXT 4 YEARS OF OBAMOROMNEY WILL FULLY IMPLEMENT OBAMACARE AND FULLY IMPLEMENT CARBON TAXING ENSLAVEMENT.

THIS IS AN ABSOLUTE FACT AND YOU DO NOT HAVE TO BE A ROCKET SCIENTIST TO SEE THIS CLEAR AS DAY.
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Re: Ron Paul Wins All Of These States--Why Aren't We in the Streets?
« Reply #20 on: May 22, 2012, 09:50:29 AM »
Ron Paul wins Minnesota delegates

By Rachel Rose Hartman
May 21, 2012

When Ron Paul's campaign stated last week that Mitt Romney's delegate lead was insurmountable, Paul's staff insisted they would continue competing for delegates and cited Minnesota as their next target.

This past weekend, Paul accomplished that goal, winning 12 of 13 delegates at the state GOP convention.

"Victories in Minnesota and other states demonstrate that Ron Paul supporters possess the adaptability, organizational muscle, and unmatched enthusiasm required to continue winning delegates in upcoming contests," Paul campaign manager John Tate said in a statement.

Paul's victory means 32 of Minnesota's 40 national delegates will now be committed to Paul at this summer's Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla. The libertarian-leaning GOP candidate is remaining in the presidential race to compete for delegates in the hopes of shaping the convention and influencing the party platform.

More: http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/OTUS/ron-paul-wins-minnesota-delegates/story?id=16395794#.T7uYg2bmhhU
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