... to Confirm Vote Tally, result "not even close" to the actual vote!
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Slams mainstream media, suggests Romney may have had a hand in canceling key county caucuses
The mass media have repeated the official results for the Maine GOP presidential caucuses that former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney narrowly beat Texas Congressman Ron Paul by a 39 percent to 36 percent margin
The first is ideological: conservatives know that Romney was once a moderate and they don’t consider his swing to the right sincere. The second is personal: whether because of his money, his faith or his hair, average Republican voters just don’t rel
Palin and an adoring audience chanted “USA, USA” at a couple occupiers trying to mic-check her big keynote speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference.
Rick Santorum said Sunday he believes the campaign for the Republican presidential nomination is now a two-man race with Mitt Romney.
Romney won the non-binding caucuses by just three points, 39 percent to Ron Paul’s 36 percent. Rick Santorum trailed in third with 18 percent, and Newt Gingrich received 6 percent of the vote.
In the wake of would-be Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney’s victory in Saturday’s Maine caucuses, the Ron Paul campaign is raising implications of foul play.
Tonight the campaign of 2012 Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul sent an email to supporters regarding today’s caucus results from the state of Maine.
"My name is Christoffer Melson, I am 27 years old and from Denmark. I feel very strongly about Mr. Paul’s course and I am therefore volunteering for the campaign in Arizona from February 14th until February 28th."
TX Congressman Ron Paul was interviewed by Bob Schiefer on "Face The Nation" on CBS (Check local listing in your area)
The day I read this speech on my brothers blog my entire world view changed. I was almost sick.
In Maine, Romney won just a plurality of the vote. He narrowly defeated Texas Rep. Ron Paul, capturing 39 percent to Paul's 36 percent of the vote. Rick Santorum and Newt Gingrich, who didn't actively campaign in Maine, won 18 percent and 6 percent r
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Financially and culturally we fear our country is going down the drain. This guy doesn't seem to be feeling it. So why's he running? Maybe he thinks it's his personal destiny to be president.
The Race for Actual Delegates
Ron Paul talks to Lew Rockwell about who’s resisting the wars, the executive dictatorship, and the fed.
Al Cardenas, head of the American Conservative Union, has said that Republican turmoil might lead to a brokered convention in which Jeb Bush, former Florida governor, would emerge as a “possible alternative” party nominee.
Newt Gingrich was just days away from the Jan. 31 Florida Republican presidential primary when he told reporters that his campaign was down to its last $600,000.
Newt Gingrich's wife Callista introduced him as a keen golfer and reader to a conservative conference on Friday, as his campaign made a last-ditch effort to soften his image by bringing her to the fore.
He is the only one of the four contenders for the Republican presidential nomination not to have won a state primary or caucus.
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Conservatives gathered in Washington this week are increasingly relishing the prospect that the Republican presidential nomination fight will extend for months, and could even lead to a brokered convention in Tampa, Fla., this summer.
Talks about CPAC, Santorum, fiscal conservatism...
They all laughed at Ron Paul. They all laughed when he took a stage in Minnesota, having come in a solid second place, and reminded the faithful of a "little thing called delegates!"
Former Senator Sweeps Missouri, Minnesota, Colorado; Romney Campaign Plays Down Nonbinding Contests