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CNN Hit Piece:Conservative leader discounts Paul win

TRENDING: Conservative leader discounts Paul win
(CNN) - The president of the Family Research Council characterized Rep. Ron Paul's weekend win in the Values Voter Summit straw poll as "an outlier."

Tony Perkins, who heads the social conservative group, said the Republican presidential candidate influenced the results by busing supporters to the event, proving his 37% support is not reflective of social conservative backing nationally.

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Voter Fraud Overblown - Focus efforts on campaigning instead!

I noticed a lot of vote fraud discussions bring brought up in the chat rooms and forums.

In my exploration into the topic, I have never seen one case where the final vote results did not match the exit polls and most recent media polls by a few percentage points. Not once piece of evidence has ever been brought to light.

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OCT 14 DEADLINE to register GOP to vote for Ron Paul in New Hampshire and NY

In New Hampshire you can vote in the GOP primary if you are UNDECLARED but not if you are third party or Dem or the 'Independent PARTY' etc. In NY you have to be GOP.

Voter registration info links are here:

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Here It Is!! RP Off-The-Charts Media Response to Value Voter Win

This is the gem to post all over the web.

Ron Paul Wins Values Voter Summit Straw Poll!! (Media Coverage)

And don't forget...
The Awakening of a Generation: Ron Paul 2012

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Best Values Voter Summit article yet!

On Saturday, in proving that the Ron Paul political organization is working better than ever, Paul won the iconic Values Voters Straw Poll with a whopping 37% of the total 1,983 ballots cast.

Herman Cain, who is experiencing a modest bump in popularity as values voters shuffle away from Michele Bachmann, Rick Perry and Mitt Romney, placed a distant second with 23% of the votes. Paul was also top choice among attendees for the Vice President straw poll, with Bachmann coming in close second.

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Straw Poll Results: Values Voter Summit

From the website:

Straw Poll results:

37% Ron Paul
23% Herman Cain
16% Rick Santorum
8% Rick Perry
8% Michele Bachmann
4% Mitt Romney
3% Newt Gingrich
0% Jon Huntsman
1% Undecided

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Upcoming Straw Polls: Orlando Sept. 22, Mackinac Island Sept. 23-25, Washington, DC Oct. 7-9, Illinois Nov. 5

Upcoming Straw Polls (Please Bump for Local/State Activism)

September 22, 2011, Orlando, Florida – Presidency 5 straw poll

September 23–25, 2011, Mackinac Island, Michigan – Michigan Republican Party's 29th Biennial Mackinac Republican Leadership Conference straw poll

October 7–9, 2011, Washington, D.C. – Values Voter Straw Poll

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Fair and Clean Elections - Does YOUR vote count?

This should be front page news, the object of editorials, and a subject of household discussion. WHY is it not?

WTF does it take for the American people to realize just how badly they're being screwed?





the public

to take notice?

After several years of effort, in ALL fifty states, the New York Courts is the only venue where this subject is still "alive" , in an attempt to ensure the integrity of our voting "system". Lawsuits presented in all other 49 states were dismissed, largely on grounds of jurisdiction matters.

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Spending time with people who are not affiliated with any party

I'm pretty new here to the Daily Paul. I have been a Ron Paul Supporter since at least 2007. I have pretty much converted my immediate family. Mom, dad, sister, brother-in-law etc. I have been working on my co-workers and friends. When I share the ideas of liberty with my friends who are otherwise unaffiliated, they are almost always receptive. They are excited about liberty and the possibilities. Most of my peers (I'm in my early twenties) are extremely positive about Ron.

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A winning issue

I have an idea that could be the key to restoring millions of manufacturing jobs in America.

Jobs, of course, is the biggest issue facing every candidate, and any candidate who can deliver an answer to the job malaise in America can win an election.

I strongly suggest this idea is the answer.

Reigniting the manufacturing sector would not only provide a source of good paying jobs which would dramatically reduce unemployment and thus reduce the hemorrhaging in unemployment benefits, but would reduce our current account deficit - the trade deficit which would strengthen the dollar.

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