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Tag: Ron Paul

Ron Paul for President

I have official endorsed Congressman Ron Paul for President in 2012.  My endorsement, which follows, has been released as part of a press release by the Ron Paul Presidential Campaign Committee: “Congressman Ron Paul is the only candidate for President whose record matches his rhetoric.  As the only GOP candidate for President on the ballot […]

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Ron Paul's Presidential Endorsement

“I’ve thought about the unsolicited advice from the Libertarian Party candidate, and he has convinced me to reject my neutral stance in the November election. I’m supporting Chuck Baldwin, the Constitution Party candidate.” http://www.campaignforliberty.com/blog/?p=582

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"We Agree" – 3rd Parties United

Ron Paul, former Presidential Candidate for the Republican Party, today held a press conference where he invited the three major 3rd Party (Constitution, Green, and Libertarian) and the 1 major independent presidential candidates. On stage with Congressman Paul were Constitution Party’s Chuck Baldwin, Green Party’s Cynthia McKinney, and Independent Ralph Nader. (Former Congressman Bob Barr, […]

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The Nevada GOP

A followup to my post on July 18 about the canceled Nevada GOP convention An August 28, 2008 article in the Washington Times (and elsewhere): A key Republican committee says it is troubled by the “ineptness” of the Nevada GOP and called the state party’s attempt to choose delegates for next week’s national convention “flawed, […]

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GOP Convention Roll Call Vote

I watched the Republican National Convention Roll Call Vote tonight on Dish Network’s RNC08 channel. A couple of notes: 28 States/Territories passed on the first round of voting. The final count: Mitt Romney: 2 (2nd Round: 2 from Utah) Ron Paul: 15 | announced 5 (First round: 5 from Alaska [updated, originally, I had put “a state […]

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Nevada GOP Convention canceled

The Nevada State Republican convention (held on April 26, 2008) was put into recess without a vote from the delegates.  This happened for one of two reasons, depending on who you ask.  Many of the delegates (most of whom were supports of Ron Paul) vote for and gained a rule change on electing delegates to […]

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