Ron Paul took the Republican Party Convention in Minnesota by storm. Paul was able to snag 12 of the 13 delegates bringing his total to 32 of the states 40 GOP delegates.
Tampa Bay Times: Ron Paul fans work to put on festival just before Republican National Convention!
My answer is YES and this is how we do it. Right now is a critical time in the history of America. And we all know that the time to make a difference is now.
Yes, Ron Paul is still in the 2012 race for President, having won a majority of delegates in Maine, Massachusetts, Nevada, Iowa, and Minnesota.
The core of his presidential candidacy under attack, Mitt Romney has yet to shape a playbook to defend a quarter-century in the business world that created great riches for him and great hardship, at times, for some American workers.
Ron Paul won 12 of 13 delegates in Minnesota's state GOP convention. If Mitt Romney has the nomination all but tied up and Paul has effectively ended his campaign, why continue the fight?
"“They took a bunch of our winners off and then stuck on a bunch of their losers.
Ron Paul Decisively Wins Minnesota and Carries Delegates in Multiple Other States
Supporters take full control of GOP in North Star State
Ron Paul is the candidate that continues to be ignored by the mainstream media, but he is still in the game. The Texas congressman and his supporters continue to push towards the Republican National Convention
Ben Swann takes a look at the hidden story that the Grand Old Party is becoming a whole new party. Why Rep. Ron Paul may only be a messenger of a movement that has already scored major victories this primary season. All parts 1 - 3.
Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney returned to his economic message on Friday, highlighting a "bridge to nowhere" rebuilt by stimulus money and warning the U.S. economy could suffer a fiscal crisis like California's if he is not elected in
We make not get liberty because of the Ron Paul campaign run, but sure looks like Ron Paul's campaign manager, Jesse Benton, got the big bucks. Benton's total income from the Ron Paul Presidential Campaign and PACs, in the 2012 election cycle, is at
Did Mitt Romney, the likely Republican presidential nominee, just have his “John Kerry moment” of the 2012 campaign?
In 2010, 87 Republicans rode a wave of "tea party" momentum into Congress for the first time.
The RNC has decided to create a new organization to bypass NV GOP because it's controlled by Ron Paul Republicans.
As the mainstream media continues to idiotically blather on about Ron Paul “quitting”, the campaign is forging ahead, today releasing a memo outlining Paul’s strategy for the GOP national convention.
What is going on with the Ron Paul Campaign? The national media got the story wrong about Paul "dropping out" but then comes an email from Jesse Benton to supporters. I have been forwarded this email and asked to explain it. Frankly, I cannot.
The complete May 15, 2012 Conference call between Ron Paul 2012 Campaign Manager Jesse Benton and Reporters on where the Paul 2012 Campaign is going from here. Sinclair News is committed to reporting the News factually, honestly and uncensored.
His campaign advisors have had to try to play damage control--many, though by no means all, Paul fans around the Internet were dispirited, especially the ones still wanting to rack up big vote totals in states like Texas and California,...
I've been somewhat surprised by the absolutely hysterical reaction among some RP activists to Ron Paul's announcement that he's shifting resources toward winning more delegates instead of blowing it on straw polls in new primaries. In some of the for
"I'm angry beyond belief," said Brian Doherty.
This is NOT a bag on the campaign. This is just a request for Jesse to keep his big mouth SHUT.
Republican Mitt Romney said Tuesday President Barack Obama's support for increased federal debt has put the economy on a disastrous course, portraying himself in a speech in battleground Iowa as the defender of fiscal responsibility and his opponent
Mr. Paul said he will continue to work to win delegates in states that have already voted and where the process of delegate-selection is playing out.
Congressman Ron Paul has announced that he will no longer be using resources to campaign in primary states, instead focusing all of his efforts on delegate-selection events as he vows to continue to vie for GOP nomination for presidential candidate.
“Someone on the stage made a motion to adjourn. People started screaming ‘Nay.’ The convention was declared over. They took away the microphones and began turning off the lights.”
"If the victory in Arizona proves true, and remember, there is a tantalizing and suspicious delay, then Ron Paul will likely win the right to be nominated on the floor of the Republican National Convention in Tampa."
This wasn't the only problem with these ballots, either!