Chairman

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Fed Chairman Cain ran for President in 2000 (0 delegates)

He also ran for the Georgia Senate in 2004 and only received 26%.

He was the Senior advisor to the failed Dole/Kemp campaign..

So I think we can say he loses any office he runs for. RP has been elected over and over... Also RP got 35 delegates to Fed Chairman Cain's 0.

Just fyi

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Federal Reserve Chairman Herman Cain ALWAYS!

UPDATE! google Federal Reserve Chairman Herman Cain... Guess whats at the top!!! YEP this thread....

Refer to him as Federal Reserve Chairman Herman Cain. We effectively eliminated Rick Perry by getting out info about his Democrat roots and the HPV issue. We have a VERY large internet presence.

Here is what we need to do. The media always refer to Cain as businessman Herman Cain and I have run into many Tea Party people that didn't know Cain was a former KC Fed Reserve Chairman and that changes there mind.

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Herman Cain is Bad for America and not a Conservative

http://www.wakeup1776.com/2011/09/herman-cain-is-bad-for-ame...

Ron Paul friends. We need to get hot on finding info on why Herman Cain is not good. We did a great job exposing Rick Perry, but now we need to expose Herman Cain. Don't take this guy lightly. I just left the Florida Straw Poll. We need ammunition so we can expose this guy for the shill that he is. Please post about him, write articles about him, and spread the word so we can have better talking points! Thank you!

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Straw Poll Statement From Texas GOP Chairman

Angelo,

Thank you very much for writing regarding a straw poll in Texas.
There is a lot of misinformation circulating around the internet that you may have received. The state party held a straw poll in 2007, however, it lost money.
We thoroughly investigated the possibility of holding one for 2012, including how much staff time it would take, cost of facilities, amount of hotel rooms the State Party would have to guarantee etc.

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The Hill: RNC Chairman Thinks Ron Paul's Campaign Has Gotten 'Fair Shake' in Media

Rep. Ron Paul's (R-Texas) presidential campaign is getting a "fair shake," Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman Reince Priebus said Wednesday.

Preibus suggested that Paul, the libertarian-minded GOP candidate for president, is being treated fairly enough by the media, despite his campaign's protests that Paul isn't receiving the same attention that other top-tier candidates have garnered.

"I think that candidates have to jockey for themselves a little bit," Priebus said on Fox News. "I think that he's getting a fair shake, but I think it also spells good news for Ron Paul."

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