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Ron Paul Results 2008/2012

________________ 2008 / 2012% _ #votes08/12 _ % & x increase

Jan 3:_Iowa caucuses ___ 10% / 21.4% . 11,817 / 26,036 . +120% . x2.2

Jan 10:New Hampshire __ 7.6% / 23% . . 18,276 / 56,848 . +200% . x3.11

Jan 21:South Carolina___ 3.6% / 13% . . 15,773 / 78,093 . +395% . x4.95

Jan 31:Florida _________ 3.2% / 7% . . . 62,887 /117,104. +86.2%. x1.9

Feb 4: Nevada _______ 13.7% / 18.7% . . 6,084 / 6,175. . +1.5%. . x1.02

Feb 7:Colorado________ 8.4% / 11.8% . . 5,910 / 7,759 . . +31% . . x1.3
____ Minnesota ______ 15.7% / 27.1% . . 9,852 / 13,228 . +34.5% . x1.35
____ Missouri__________4.5% / 12.2%. . 26,464 / 30,641 . +16% . . x1.16

Feb 11: Maine _______ 18.3% / 36.2% . . 1,011 / 2,257 . . +123%. . x2.23

Feb 28:Arizona _______ 4.2% / 8.4% . . 22,692 / 38,753. . +71% . . x1.7
_____ Michigan_______ 6.3% / 12%. . . 54,475 /115,956. . +113% . x2.13

Mar 3:Washington __ 21.64% / 25%. . . . 2,666 / 12,594. . +373% . x4.73

March 6 (Super Tuesday)
Alaska _____________ 17.3% / 24%. . . . 2,004 / 3,175. . . +59% . . x1.6
Georgia _____________ 2.9% / 6.6% . . 28,096 / 58,982 . . +110% . x2.1
Massachusetts_______ 2.6% / 10% . . . 13,251 / 35,037 . . +165% . x2.65
North Dakota _______ 21.3% / 27.1%. . . 2,082 / 2,938. . . +42% . . x1.4
Ohio _______________ 4.6% / 9.2%. . . 49,006 /111,238. . +127% . x2.27
Oklahoma___________ 3.3% / 9.6% . . . 11,183 / 27,572. . +147% . x2.47
Tennessee__________ 5.6% / 9% . . . . 31,026 / 49,801 . . +61% . . x1.6
Vermont ___________ 6.6% / 25.5% . . . 2,635 / 15,277 . . +480% . x5.8
Virginia ____________ 4.5% / 40.5%. . . 21,999 /107,480. . +390% . x4.9
Idaho(primary 2 man race) 23.7%/29,785 (caucus 4 man race) 18.1%/8,086

March 10
Kansas ___________ 11.2% / 12.6% . . . 2,182 / 3,767 . . . +73% . . x1.73
Virgin Islands ____ 2.8% / 29% . . . . . . . 9 / 112 . . . . +1150% . x12.5
Wyoming ____________ 0% / 21% . . Delegates 0 / 4 . . . . + Infinite

March 13
Alabama ___________ 2.7% / 5% . . . . 14,810 / 30,892 . . . +109% . x2.1
Mississippi _________ 3.8% / 4.4% . . . . 5,571 / 12,749 . . . +129% . x2.3
Hawaii

Mar 20: Illinois _______ 5% / 9% . . . . . 45,055 / 86,605 . . . +92% . x1.9

Mar 24:Louisiana____ 5.3% / 6% . . . . . . 8,590 / 11,460 . . . +33% . x1.3

April 3:
Maryland____________ 6% / 9.5% . . . . 19,196 / 22,698 . . . +18%. . x1.2
Washington, DC ___ 7.95% / 12%. . . . . . . 494 / 535 . . . . . .+9% . . x1.1
Wisconsin ________ 4.65% / 11.2% . . . 19,090 / 87,896 . . . +360% . x4.6

April 24:
Connecticut _______ 4.15% / 13.4% . . . . 6,287 / 8,014 . . . . +28% . x1.3
Delaware __________ 4.2% / 10.6% . . . . 2,131 / 3,017 . . . . +45% . x1.5
New York __________ 6.2% / 15.3% . . . 40,113 / 24,947 . . . -37% . -1.6
Pennsylvania ______ 15.5% / 13.2% . . 129,274 /105,352 . . . -18% . -1.22
Rhode Island _______ 6.5% / 23.9% . . . . 1,777 / 3,462 . . . . +95% . x1.95

May 8:
Indiana ___________ 7.66% / 15.6% . . . 31,611 / 99,628 . . . +215% . x3.15
North Carolina ______ 7.2% / 11.1% . . . 37,260 /107,109 . . . +187% . x2.9
West Virginia ________ 5% / 11% . . . . . . 5,914 / 12,263 . . . +108% . x2.1

May 15:
Nebraska __________ 12.8% / 10% . . . . 17,772 / 18,199 . . . +2%
Oregon____________ 14.5% / 13% . . . . 51,100 / 35,889 . . . -30%

______2008 ___ vote%_____vote count

Texas ____________ 4.9% _____ 66,360

May 22:
Arkansas ___________ 4.8% _____ 10,983
Kentucky ___________ 6.8% _____ 13,427

June 5:
California ___________ 4.27% _____ 125,365
Montana C __________ 24.5% ________ 400
Montana P __________ 21,5% ______ 20,606
New Jersey _________ 4.8% _______ 27,301
New Mexico ________ 14% _________ 15,561
South Dakota ______ 16.5% _______ 10,072
June 26:
Utah _______________ 3% __________ 8,846

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Exponential

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F-QA2rkpBSY

Our numbers will grow because once you understand the freedom movement, you do not leave!

beephree

Ron Paul will not win NV. Too

Ron Paul will not win NV. Too many mormons. Gingrich plays dirty and we will be lucky to take second.

Just a note about Missouri

After the primary

We won more county caucuses statewide in the first round than any other candidate.

I remember Karl Rove

saying something along the lines as Ron Paul supporters are very organized and in Missouri in 08 he almost "stole the caucus" lol nice work :D

Have I got something wrong?

Missouri 4.5% 26,464

Keep It Up

...this is great.

fonta

Thanks Fonta

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Hi yes only 79% reporting

so should be around 130,000 more than 2x

Updated

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looks like there are

looks like there are approximately 11-12 states where if the doubling trend continues, Ron Paul theoretically has a decent chance of winning/coming in first...

keep in mind, to have his name put into nomination, we need to win at least 5 states.

this is really looking good hilt!

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Thank you

the spacing is a nightmare what you end up seeing on the post is so different from the edit, next time I see someone post something with space tabs I will ask how its done.

Looking good for Nevada and Maine

If we continue on this trajectory, a 500% increase in Nevada and Maine will no doubt put us in first and shake things up which would give the Paul camp great momentum going forward!

I dig this input

:)

Freedom is not: doing everything you want to.
Freedom is: not having to do what you don't want to do.
~ Joyce Meyer

I for one love this format.

I for one love this format. So much info in such a small space. Perfect for posting on facebook / google+ etc.

This is a good thing for sure

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We're playing the Money-Ball Strategy!

talk about putting things into perspective:

January 3: Iowa caucuses 10%/21% 11,817/26,036 +120%
January 10: New Hampshire 7.65%/23% 18,276/56,848 +200%
January 21: South Carolina 3.6%13% 15773/78093 +395%

that's called a CONSECUTIVE EXPONENTIAL GROWTH!

120% 200% 400%!

just think about that!

YEAH!!!!!!!!!!!

* sorry Michael for the caps, but sometimes there's no substitute.o)

We've always known that the Doc is the Tortoise in the Race. This is a Marathon gosh dang it! We're gonna WIN this one way or another!

Believe it!

President Paul 2012!!!

Predictions in due Time...
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"Let it not be said that no one cared, that no one objected once it's realized that our liberties and wealth are in jeopardy." - Dr. Ronald Ernest Paul

lol after 30 states

we could have 2 million % love it!!

Can you fix the format? It's

Can you fix the format? It's too tight.

malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium

I am an aristocrat. I love liberty; I hate equality. - John Randolph of Roanoke

the first 4 lines

is that a bit better? can only use the space bar once so used under score to straighten the numbers

I agree but

it didn't post as my original format all the spacing has been taken out. its a work in progress so I will try to fix but it is strange that when I add spaces they don't take.

This post is gonna be around the front page for a long time

We're gonna be a heck of a voting block pretty soon.

Be brave, be brave, the Myan pilot needs no aeroplane.

@drheyde

is this ok I will add upcoming 08 States vote count soon also added %increase is this useful or do you think it blows out of proportion with the lower 2008 vote count?

yeah, I see what you mean - lots of typing

and a bit squeezed together

what about:

date state 2008 2012 (#votes 08/12) change
1/3: IA 10% 21% (11,817/26,036) +2.20X
1/10: NH 7.65% 23% (18,276/56,848) +3.11X
1/21: SC 3.6% 13% (15,773/78,093) +4.95X
1/31: FL 3.2% (62,887/

I spaced it out but after submitting

it is squeezed together. I wonder if there are some invisible characters you can add to force spaces so that it is easier to read.

I will try . .

and try to copy the bit between .s
my original post was neat columns, a bit easier on the eyes

no one space only,

no one space only,

trying || to see how it looks

date state 2008 2012 (#votes 08/12) change
1/03: IA || 10.0% || 21% || (11,817/26,036) || +2.20X
1/10: NH || 7.65% || 23% || (18,276/56,848) || +3.11X
1/21: SC || 3.6% || 13% || (15,773/78,093) || +4.95X
1/31: FL || 3.2% || ____|| (62,887/