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Are the Florida delegates unbound?

Does anyone know if the delegates in Florida are bound to vote for the winner?



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Linda Cross's picture

When Paul wins......

Many are afraid to become delegates thinking that they might be forced to vote for someone other than Paul. That can't happen. There are just as many alternative delegates as delegates, Paul's loosing might make you sick, the alternate can take your place if you really can't do it. Just imagine how wonderful it would be to vote for Ron Paul at the convention......go for it!

More info on becoming a delegate in Florida: http://www.dailypaul.com/205763/the-2012-national-convention...

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Linda Cross's picture

From the green papers

National Convention Delegates are bound through the 3rd ballot unless the candidate withdraws or releases his/her delegates. "The Chairman ... shall be bound to ... cast all Delegate at Large votes ... during the first three convention ballots .... If the candidate... releases the delegates or withdraws his or her candidacy, then said delegate votes will not be bound to any candidate. [Republican Party of Florida Rule 10 B.] link: http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P12/FL-R

another thread on the subject: http://www.dailypaul.com/206305/question-florida-law-and-pro...

If you see something, say something, the government is listening.
Silence isn't golden, it's yellow.

What's why we need Newt to

What's why we need Newt to win AND drop out before the Convention!

Thanks for the info!

Thanks for the info!

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