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Didn't Ron Paul also win a plurality of delegates in the state of Colorado?

Hi all,

It's quite possible that this question has been answered already, but did not Ron Paul also win a plurality of delegates in the state of Colorado? This state has not been mentioned in the list of states he won.

Here's what I see:


36 Total Delegates

16 to Willard Romney

18 to Ron Paul

0 to Dwight K. Schrute (Newt)

2 to Rick Santorum

Am I missing something? Doesn't he already have the 5 states?


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14 are unpledged
13 are pledged to Romney
6 are pledged to Santorum
3 are superdelegates who pledged to Romney

Romney has 16
Unpledged has 14
Santorum has 6

If just two of the Santorum delegates side with Romney, we won't have a plurality.

No one knows exactly how the Santorum delegates will vote but we will need 5 of the 6 to side with us IF ALL 14 unpledged delegates are Ron Paul supporters to win Colorado.


needs to mail out a delegate package to the Colorado delegates! Has anyone taken that state yet?
Also, what about the Alternates? How many are un-pledged (rp supporters)?



I think (of course I may be wrong) that the Ron Paul delegates all got elected as 'unpledged', so at the moment they are technically not 'Paul delegates'.

check the list of delegates here to see what I mean: http://www.thegreenpapers.com/P12/CO-R


It's not time to brag. It's time to hold our secrets. The parties are at war with the will their own people.

hmmm OK?

so when is it time to brag? After we lose the election. Not sure if you are being sarcastic or not, but right now is the exact time we should be fighting tooth and nail to get RP on the ballot in Tampa. I believe we have our 5 states.


Yah whats up with that guys?

His name is Edward Snowden

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