Alive And Kicking!

The Ron Paul Revolution is still alive and kicking. I can’t tell you how glad I am either! Real change is here. The other candidates, no matter how you view them, are status quo candidates, they equal more of the same we have had for years and years. This country is paying the price right now for that kind of stupidity and neglect.

But Ron Paul is different. He advocates LESS government, not more. He advocates abolishing the Federal Reserve Bank and going back to the Gold Standard, sound money policy. He advocates bringing our troops HOME! Ending world domination fantasies by former presidents.

Yes, Ron Paul represents REAL Change, not this pseudo change the other candidates give us.

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If you are serious about freedom, about securing our borders, about ending the war in Iraq, a war that STILL hasn’t been declared, then you must vote for Ron Paul. He is the only candidate who represents TRUE change.

Media bias has ignored the Ron Paul campaign, and you might ask yourself why that is. Could it be that he truly is all he says he is and that is frightening to the establishment? Could it be that Ron Paul will return the Government to We the People? Could it be that Ron Paul would restore the Constitution of the United States of America, something no other candidate speaks of? Why are they so afraid of Ron Paul?

Primary
Status*
Votes
Vote%
Delegates
PLEDGED
UNPL. RNC*
TOTAL
Precincts

Pennsylvania

April 22, 2008

updated 4:19 p.m. EST, Apr 24, 2008
County: Table | Map
2nd
place
128,483
16%
0
0
0
100%

Mississippi

March 11, 2008

updated 1:58 p.m. EST, Mar 12, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

3rd
place
5,510
4%
0
0
0
100%

Texas

March 04, 2008

updated 10:11 a.m. EST, Mar 10, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

3rd
place
69,954
5%
0
0
0
100%

Washington

February 19, 2008

updated 10:05 a.m. EST, Mar 10, 2008
County: Table | Map
4th
place
40,539
8%
5
0
5
100%

Vermont

March 04, 2008

updated 10:53 a.m. EST, Mar 6, 2008
County: Table | Map
3rd
place
2,627
7%
0
0
0
99%

Rhode Island

March 04, 2008

updated 6:15 p.m. EST, Mar 5, 2008
County: Table | Map
3rd
place
1,775
7%
0
0
0
100%

Ohio

March 04, 2008

updated 2:55 p.m. EST, Mar 5, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

3rd
place
49,027
5%
0
0
0
100%

Maryland

February 12, 2008

updated 11:23 a.m. EST, Feb 25, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
17,865
6%
0
0
0
97%

Illinois

February 05, 2008

updated 11:12 a.m. EST, Feb 25, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
45,166
5%
0
0
0
99%

Tennessee

February 05, 2008

updated 11:12 a.m. EST, Feb 25, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
30,730
6%
0
0
0
100%

Georgia

February 05, 2008

updated 11:11 a.m. EST, Feb 25, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
27,978
3%
0
0
0
100%

Alabama

February 05, 2008

updated 11:11 a.m. EST, Feb 25, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
15,456
3%
0
0
0
100%

Wisconsin

February 19, 2008

updated 11:04 a.m. EST, Feb 25, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

3rd
place
19,210
5%
0
0
0
100%

District of Columbia

February 12, 2008

updated 11:34 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map
3rd
place
471
8%
0
0
0
98%

Virginia

February 12, 2008

updated 11:34 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

3rd
place
22,066
4%
0
0
0
99%

Louisiana

February 09, 2008

updated 11:20 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
8,595
5%
0
0
0
100%

Arizona

February 05, 2008

updated 11:11 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
22,581
4%
0
0
0
99%

California

February 05, 2008

updated 11:10 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

5th
place
110,077
4%
0
0
0
100%

Utah

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

3rd
place
8,295
3%
0
0
0
99%

Oklahoma

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
11,179
3%
0
0
0
100%

Missouri

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
26,445
4%
0
0
0
100%

Arkansas

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
10,740
5%
0
0
0
100%

New York

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
38,918
7%
0
0
0
99%

Massachusetts

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
13,210
3%
0
0
0
100%

Connecticut

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
6,092
4%
0
0
0
100%

New Jersey

February 05, 2008

updated 11:00 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
26,952
5%
0
0
0
99%

Delaware

February 05, 2008

updated 11:00 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map
4th
place
2,131
4%
0
0
0
100%

Florida

January 29, 2008

updated 4:32 p.m. EST, Jan 30, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

5th
place
62,063
3%
0
0
0
99%

South Carolina

January 19, 2008

updated 1:09 p.m. EST, Jan 22, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

5th
place
16,054
4%
0
0
0
100%

Michigan

January 15, 2008

updated 12:09 p.m. EST, Jan 17, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

4th
place
54,434
6%
0
0
0
100%

New Hampshire

January 08, 2008

updated 11:06 a.m. EST, Jan 10, 2008
County: Table | Map

Exit Polls

5th
place
18,303
8%
0
0
0
100%
Sort state caucuses by: Most recent | Date | Alphabetical order
Caucuses
Status*
State Delegates*
%
Delegates
PLEDGED
UNPL. RNC*
TOTAL
Precincts

Washington

February 09, 2008

updated 11:18 a.m. EST, Feb 25, 2008
County: Table | Map
3rd
place
2,740
22%
0
0
0
99%

Kansas

February 09, 2008

updated 11:20 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008

County Results

3rd
place
2,182
11%
0
0
0
100%

Minnesota

February 05, 2008

updated 11:10 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map
4th
place
9,852
16%
0
0
0
100%

Alaska

February 05, 2008

updated 11:03 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008

County Results

3rd
place
1,955
17%
5
0
5
98%

North Dakota

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008

County Results

3rd
place
2,082
21%
5
0
5
100%

Montana

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map
2nd
place
400
25%
0
0
0
100%

Colorado

February 05, 2008

updated 11:02 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
County: Table | Map
4th
place
4,670
8%
0
0
0
95%

West Virginia

February 05, 2008

updated 11:00 a.m. EST, Feb 14, 2008
4th
place
0
0%
0
0
0
100%

Maine

February 02, 2008

updated 9:34 p.m. EST, Feb 2, 2008
3rd
place
851
19%
0
0
0
68%

Nevada

January 19, 2008

updated 1:09 p.m. EST, Jan 22, 2008
County: Table | Map

Entrance Polls

2nd
place
6,087
14%
4
0
4
100%

Wyoming

January 05, 2008

updated 7:36 p.m. EST, Jan 5, 2008
4th
place
0
0%
0
0
0
100%

Iowa

January 03, 2008

updated 2:34 p.m. EST, Jan 5, 2008
County: Table | Map

Entrance Polls

5th
place
11,817
10%
2
0
2
98%
Special Notes

• Delegate Total shows CNN’s total current delegate estimate for each candidate, including pledged delegates and unpledged RNC member delegates, and may include delegates not accounted for in the summation of the current delegate counts listed by state.
• Once CNN projects a winner in each state contest, the “Status” for that contest changes to reflect the candidate’s position. If the candidate is the projected winner, the Status will read “Projected winner.” If not, the Status will read “2nd place,” “3rd place,” etc. The placement reflects the vote or state delegate totals being provided at the time, and not a candidate’s pledged delegate estimate or CNN’s projection of the candidate’s final placement in the contest. Also, a candidate may be tied for a position, but ties are not reflected on this page.
How CNN projects winners
More about the delegate selection process
• Unpledged delegates in the Republican Party do not have to indicate a candidate preference, but a majority are elected just like pledged delegates. There are 123 unpledged RNC members that become delegates automatically. More
• State Del*: Instead of releasing raw caucus vote totals, some state parties release the total number of delegates to county or state conventions each candidate is expected to receive. In some cases, a presidential preference vote is held in conjunction with precinct caucuses, and the raw numbers from these votes appear in the State Delegates column.
• Michigan, South Carolina and Florida lost half of their Republican delegates for allocating delegates outside of the Republican National Committee-approved timeframe

I know who I’m voting for! I’m tired of status quo! And while it may be good enough for you, it isn’t good enough for me! GO RON PAUL FOR PRESIDENT!!!

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~ by justmytruth on April 29, 2008.

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