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All the CD conventions have concluded and Paul has won 20 out of the 24 delegate slots at stake and nearly all of the alternates.
Ron Paul (R-Tex) continued to display strong support among Minnesota Republicans as his Presidential campaign won more delegate slots at Congressional District conventions held Saturday across the state. Paul's campaign swept all the delegate and alternate slots in Congressional District No. 2, which is the south metro suburbs and CD 4 which is St. Paul, Ramsey County and the east metro. Paul's forces also won two delegate slots each in CD 1, which is southern Minnesota and CD 8 which is northern Minnesota.
2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul achieved consequential delegate wins in Colorado and Minnesota today, affirming his delegate-attainment strategy and auguring a prominent role for Paul at the Republican National Convention in Tampa. In Minnesota, Ron Paul supporters swept the three district conventions that occurred today, winning nine of nine delegates to the national convention. Minnesota is set to hold more such conventions next week. Continue reading on Examiner.com Ron Paul wins Minnesota, Colorado delegates to Republican National Convention - Wilmington Elections 2012 | Examiner.com www.examiner.com...
Originally posted by iamhobo
I am a big Ron Paul fan, but I just don't see how people are saying he might just win it.
This webpage shows the delegates poll to the right. Romney has over half of the necessary delegates to win. Paul only has a tenth of what Romney has.
Maybe someone can clarify this for me.edit on 23-4-2012 by iamhobo because: (no reason given)
That's 20 delegates more than the zero that Paul got from Minnesota in 2008. Keep watching this. The Paul movement spent five years prepping for a guerilla delegate campaign, and they're going to be the last Republicans who refuse to settle for Romney. This was the point of Paul's non-alignment pact with the frontrunner. With Santorum out and Gingrich staggering like an extra in Re-Animator, Paul's movement is free to take over the state contests.
Originally posted by ajay59
I think even shills must be getting nervous now as I've noticed that their appearance in these threads is dwindling! There is no stopping R.P. and the people now! Steamrollin ourway to the Whitehouse!
Originally posted by Furbs
No one cares about Ron Paul's campaign anymore save for the few that still think he is doing something worth looking at. The only reason I looked at THIS thread was because of a totally misleading title.
It should be against the rules to post a misleading title.. oh.. wait..