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Ron Paul wins do-over St. Charles County caucus


ST. CHARLES • Supporters of U.S. Rep. Ron Paul took control of St. Charles County’s second-try Republican caucus Tuesday night, winning all of its delegates to later stages of the state GOP’s presidential selection process.

The Paul campaign used superior organization to get its people to the meeting at the St. Charles Convention Center. More than 900 people took part overall.

Brent Stafford, the Paul activist who chaired the caucus, said Paul’s supporters were "inspired by his positions on constitutional government and sound fiscal policy’’ and his consistency on issues over the years.

GOP State Chairman David Cole had scheduled the do-over session after the county GOP’s original caucus March 17 disbanded amid boisterous disputes over rules. Two Paul supporters, including Stafford, were arrested at that event.

The session Tuesday night was comparatively calm, although there was some confusion and arguments over procedure at some points.

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Comment by Don Duncan
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I read the whole story. I still don't know if the 147 delegates are all going to vote for RP in June. Does this mean Missouri is going to RP? And if so, how important is that for the nomination? Robert Lee, if you think this is important enough to put on F.P. please explain why. Isn't that what reporters do?

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