rEVOLution in Massachusetts Ron Paulís 2012 delegate strategy made gains in Massachusetts and Alaska in recent days, further demonstrating the tacticís ability to have an impact on the Republican presidential primary race.
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Ron Paulís 2012 delegate strategy made gains in Massachusetts and Alaska in recent days, further demonstrating the tacticís ability to have an impact on the Republican presidential primary race.
The Ron Paul 2012 presidential campaign has been slowly and quietly working this year to gather the support of delegates to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, and the tack has led to real increases in his chances of either winning the GOP nomination or at least having a major impact on the convention and the partyís platform going forward.
Ron Paulís 2012 campaign, just like his 2008 one, was ignored since day one by the mainstream media and the punditry, which seemed ready from the beginning to bestow the nomination on former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney.
But as the RNC nears, Paulís resurgent campaign is beginning to show that its vociferous supporters and unlikely resiliency have combined to create a major force capable of changing the course of the 2012 presidential election.
He has already won more than half the delegates Iowa, Washington and Minnesota are sending to the RNC, and has brought many delegates to his camp in other states including North Dakota and Maine.
And over the past couple of days, Ron Paulís 2012 delegate strategy has continued to metastasize throughout the United States, spreading to Massachusetts and Alaska.
At Massachusettsí Saturday caucuses, less than half of Romneyís 27 chosen delegates won, and the losers list includes some big names like former lieutenant governor Kerry Healey and Massachusetts house minority leader Bradley H. Jones Jr., according to the Boston Globe.
Instead of picking Romneyís choices, they instead went with Ron Paulís, the Globe reports. Though the stateís delegates will all be voting for Romney as per the rules of the delegation process in Massachusetts, the Ron Paulites will have the ability to influence the choosing of the stateís delegate chairman, the stateís favored vice presidential candidate and moreÖ