New York Times (blog at least) has caught on to the happenings in MaineSubmitted by Drugon on Sun, 02/12/2012 - 22:13
Could Ron Paul Still Win Maine?
"Ron Paul’s campaign is claiming that it could still win the presidential preference poll in the Maine caucus because of a county that postponed its vote and will hold its caucus next Saturday, Feb. 18.
On Saturday, the Maine Republican Party declared Mitt Romney the winner of the presidential preference vote, which he led by 194 ballots based on the caucuses that have been held so far.
State Republicans said they considered the results of the straw poll final. However, Washington County, in the easternmost part of the state, postponed its caucus after a snowstorm was forecast there. The Washington County G.O.P. Chair, Chris Gardner, said his county would conduct the straw poll at its caucuses and will report the results to the state."
The whole article is worth reading and it shows that we can get some real attention if we pull a "win" in Maine. So for those who think we should move on and start concentrating on the next state, I agree with you to a certain degree. Though I disagree that we should do nothing about Maine. This is proof their are people watching and there are plenty of liberals who would love to call out the GOP on something like this.