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Presidential candidate Ron Paul has finished second in yet another state caucus this week yet there has barely been a murmur from the mainstream media once again.
The Louisiana Republican Party announced the preliminary results yesterday in a press release that was roundly ignored by the corporate media:
Delegate candidates endorsed by US Senator John McCain (R-AZ) appear to have won more state convention delegate positions than any other presidential slate at the Louisiana Caucuses.
Supporters of Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) appear to have captured the next highest number of delegate positions.
Originally posted by rxnnxs
... they show all candidates, but miss him.
shame on them. but again: WHY??
AUGUSTA, Maine - Republican presidential hopeful Ron Paul has a couple of things going for him at this weekend's Republican caucuses: a band of highly motivated supporters and a natural appeal to Maine's like-minded independents.
His stop in the state earlier this week also made him the only presidential contender from either party to visit before the caucuses.
"I think that (because) he's paid attention to Maine, he'll be rewarded," R. Kenneth Lindell, Paul's campaign coordinator in Maine, said Thursday.