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Ron Paul campaign reaches out to Hawaii, may snag first win in the islands

HAWAII, February 29, 2012 - In anticipation of Hawaii's upcoming, first-ever Republican presidential caucus, the Ron Paul campaign announced this afternoon that it would be hosting an event in Waikiki on Saturday, March 10 to be attended by Paul’s oldest son Ronnie and campaign manager, John Tate.

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Second win now

Second win now

A friend of mine who works

A friend of mine who works for a large local news station mentioned that many of his liberal coworkers say the only Republican they'd vote for is Ron Paul.

In Hawaii, that means a lot.

Hawaii Was Organized in 2008

I well remember the marches and sign waves from the Islands. The Meet-ups were very active.

Organization counts.

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super brochure

shouldnt cost much to do this state

Super-brochure

The super-brochure is not currently designed properly for Hawaii. It would stick out like a sore thumb.

Let the locals decide the best approach.

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No... But the shipping at today's fuel prices...

Lol, that might be a different story.

Might be cheaper to use bottles.

No it wouldn't. Ship the superbrochures or FEDEX...

to Hawaii for Ron Paul, then let them send the superbrochures to voters.

Even better might be to send them a DIGITAL copy of the superbrochure, then either email electronic copies to voters, post the link on Facebook or have them mail the superbrochures first class.

Follow up to Hawaii story

Thank you for posting my article regarding the upcoming caucus. Today I wrote a follow-up story and interviewed several locals, what I found most interesting is every single one of them mentioned Ron Paul in a very favorable light - that is to say, he was either their first or second choice. Check it out:

http://communities.washingtontimes.com/neighborhood/making-w...