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I have a question...

Given the fact that Ron Paul has the plurality necessary to be on the ballot to be nominated in Tampa, that means that there will be a brokered convention, right? Now if there's a brokered convention, then that means we'll be having a floor vote. Now the question is, will this floor vote work using Robert's rules of order? If so, perhaps we should make a motion to have paper ballots rather than electronic voting. I'm new to the whole process, so I may be wrong.



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brokered convention

If Ron Paul has the plurality necessary that does not mean there will be a brokered convention. In order for there to be a brokered convention no candidate has the required number of delegates. Even if Ron Paul has the necessary wins that does not guarantee that Romney does not have the required number of delegates.

Thanks for clearing that up.

Thanks for clearing that up.

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