Now, from what I know, if you guys live in a state with a primary, you'll most likely only need to register with the campaign because they will choose
when the candidate wins the certain delegates.
For example, if you live in California and Ron Paul wins half of the districts, (per CA GOP rules, winner take all) he'll take all of the delegates in
the districts he wins, the campaign will notify 3 delegates + alternate delegates in each district about moving up to the next round.
Now, if you live in a caucus state, you'll need to be more active and become a precinct captain and participate in your local precints/counties and
from there you will decide who goes up to be the state delegate and also help shape the outcome of the caucus event itself.
There is a TON of information to comb through so if anybody wants to help break down information for their state, please do and report back so
everybody who wants PRESIDENT PAUL will be more clear on how we proceed to take this election.
2012 is the year of REVOLUTION, let's make it happen.
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