2,000+ turnout! Freedom Broadcasting REPLAY OF LIVE Coverage of Ron Paul at the University of IdahoSubmitted by Britons4Paul on Mon, 03/05/2012 - 18:55
Ron Paul at Idaho Falls Town Hall
Presidential candidate Ron Paul will speak at the Idaho Falls Town Hall Meeting at the Civic Auditorium of Idaho Falls, 501 South Holmes, Idaho Falls, Idaho on Monday, March 5th at 7:00 p.m. Mountain Standard Time.
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Brandon Cullison- FBN, In just under 48 hours results will be coming in from all over the country, as Super Tuesday is among the most important days of the primary election season–and it’s coming up!
Primaries and caucuses will are being held in states including Alaska, Georgia, Idaho, Massachusetts, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, and Virginia.
Super Tuesday will be a pivoting moment for each of the campaigns, we’ll see if former speaker Newt Gingrich or former Senator of Pennsylvania Rick Santorum will pull off any wins on Tuesday–if not, we could see a drop-outs. In Particulare the former Speaker really needs a strong showing. Of course, we know that Dr. Ron Paul will stay in for the long haul. The Congressman from Texas counts on racking up as many delegates as he can get, and on that front–it is looking very good.
The Ron Paul campaign will be holding an event tomorrow, March 5th, at the University of Idaho which will be broadcast live on FBN 3pm Pacific. Turnouts for recent events for Dr. Paul include a recent one in Vancouver, WA
Of course Dr. Paul couldn’t let them go home without getting what they came for–so he went out with his megaphone and gave them a good speech as well.
It is looking very good for Rep. Paul in states like Alaska, North Dakota, and even Idaho–Ron Paul is expected to do very well there. Which of course, the MSM will likely not mention, “Romney gets knocked to second, dropping Santorum down to 3rd!” Freedom Broadcasting Network will are coverage starting at 2PM MST. FBN will stream in high quality definition with commentary from all over the world. So, if you want some reasonable, honest coverage of Super-Tuesday, please remember to tune in to FBN!