posted on Oct, 9 2011 @ 06:30 PM
I am aware that this message has been posted in one form or another in the past, but I feel it necessary to include the pertinent information
regarding how each state handles inter-party voting in the primaries.
Many are not aware that in several states, you cannot vote in the primaries if you are registered to vote in a different party. What this means for
Ron Paul supporters (like myself) who picked Democrat or Independent for their party affiliation when they registered to vote, will often not be able
to vote in their state's Republican Primaries. Our candidate not winning the GOP nomination, will have a very slim chance of actually being elected as
POTUS. There is overwhelming support for Dr. Paul in our community efforts, but there is a HUGE variable that many are overlooking. It is not enough
for us to support our candidate by informing people on his stances. We must also inform people of the process that this corrupt, bipartisan voting
system can use to undermine "third party" candidates, such as Ron Paul, when they are running under the banner of a mainstream party.
Please review this link
to see if you live in a state
where you will have to change your party affiliation to be able to support your candidate. Also, keep in mind that some states require that you change
your party affiliation up to 12 weeks before the primaries are held to be eligible to vote.
I should also add that this thread is not intended to recruit anybody to the support of my favored presidential candidate, but merely to inform those
who already intend to vote for Ron Paul of what hurdles they may have to jump to be able to do so.
Please spread this message as much as possible, along with the great message the man already has shared, if you want to see Ron Paul in the White
House. We need him to win the primaries if we are to have a chance in hell of our peaceful revolution succeeding.
Peace and Love to all of you who are willing to fight for it,
edit on 9-10-2011 by Q:1984A:1776 because: typo