Delegate Strategy VS Ballot Access StrategySubmitted by LibertyChat on Tue, 08/28/2012 - 09:36
The Ron Paul Campaign insisted that the name of the game was delegates. Conclusion? Some delegates were taken away, the rest were put to the back of the stadium, rules were changed so it’s harder to try this strategy again, and hopes of Ron Paul being President are over.
The Libertarian Party’s strategy has been ballot access. Gary Johnson will be on the ballot in all 50 states. Unlike Paul, Gary could technically win the Presidency (unlikely though). Gary could also play spoiler to Romney, which actually might help make it possible for Rand Paul to run in 2016. If Romney wins, it’s unlikely Rand would challenge Romney. The campaign didn’t challenge him when they were competing against Romney in the primaries, why would they challenge him mid-term?
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