Did Ron Paul just take the Louisiana Caucus?

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posted on Jan, 23 2008 @ 04:42 AM
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The Rumor mill network is whispering something interesting about yesterday's caucus in Louisiana.
Some reports, from a number of precincts seem to hint at his campaign being the only organized effort in the state.

It was so bad that the other campaigns had to team-up to present common issues to the voters.

It's looking like Paul's people outnumbered the others by large amounts.

The Louisiana caucus is a complicated process.
Here are the details. LA Caucus . Straightforward right?


This could get interesting.

The Official results are supposed to be announced this Wednesday Morning.*


*Except on Fox News




posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 08:37 AM
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Nope, sorry.

John McCain won that caucus, although Paul did finish in second.

Although with the complicated set up of that states caucus, who knows?



posted on Jan, 24 2008 @ 09:02 PM
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Originally posted by nyk537
Nope, sorry.

John McCain won that caucus, although Paul did finish in second.

Although with the complicated set up of that states caucus, who knows?

Nope, you're wrong

The LA Caucus is in 2 parts. The GOP Primary isn't until
Feb 9, 2008. This was just a show of hands basically and
Paul won that part with more on site supporters than
anyone else in the GOP. However all the other candidates
issued their "Slate" delegates which are delegates who have
pledged to vote for a candidate in the primary but didn't attend
this first small caucus. So basically McCain cashed in his slate votes
and stole it away from RP at the last minute.

So it's not really a victory for anyone .... YET !!!!
It won't be until Feb 9 when all candidates have to put up or
shut-up. As the slate votes don't count on Feb 9. They have
to be at the caucus or it don't count. LA has some weird
GOP protocols ..... LOL

So it's still up in the air, however Ron Paul has his best
showing so far in that first of 2 LA Caucuses.

Way to go Ron !!!!!



posted on Apr, 28 2012 @ 08:48 PM
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Time for a repeat. From today's Cacus, in Louisiana.

From the count at our caucuses, this time, Ron Paul should have 75%. We're just waiting on state confirmation.





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