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Oregon Must Register by April 24th

Please note this is very important. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oregon_Republican_primary,_2012

http://www.examiner.com/elections-in-portland/registering-to...

In order to vote for Ron Paul you must be registered Republican by April 24th. I would not wait that long because people were turned away in our state even if they had their card. Please keep your receipt and take your identification with you. Please do not rely on the above links, go to your counties Republican headquarters link and follow instructions. If you get an opportunity you may consider becoming a volunteer at the GOP office, please do not disclose you are for Ron Paul. Unfortunately it is in your best interest to not tell anyone at the headquarters, we found out, even if they are talking ALL Constitutional.

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ballot will be mailed to you April 27th

The easy thing to do is register or change your registration to Republican at this website: http://www.oregonvotes.org/

If you aren't sure of your party affiliation you can check at that website as well. I have gotten some people to register Republican so they can vote for Ron Paul and will spend this next week getting more.

I just checked and it is a

I just checked and it is a mail-only primary.

"This is a vote by mail primary. State election officials will be mailing ballots out to registered voters before the election; the voter has until 8 PM local time on the date of the Primary to return the completed ballot to either the county election office or a designated drop site -- postmarks do not count."

Also some good news for us:

"25 delegates to the National Convention are to be bound to presidential contenders based on the primary vote statewide. A 3.5% threshold is required in order for a presidential contender to be allocated National Convention delegates."

http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P12/OR-R#0515

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Bump. Isn't Oregon a

Bump. Isn't Oregon a mail-only primary? It was in 2008. Btw, Ron Paul got 14% in 2008.

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