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5 votes

Straw Poll March In Texas!!

We all laughed when the Texas GOP cancelled the Starw poll for "Lack of interest" We all know its a cover so Perry doesn't get spanked. This could be a great way to show them whats up!! I created an event on FB called Battle of Gonzales(TEXAS STRAW POLL MARCH)If we can get even 1000(thats more then attending CA straw poll) people to march towards UT@San Antonio on OCT 29(Sunday) and geta little media and internet attention this could be a knock out punch!! Please spread the word!! RON PAUL 2012!!

0 votes

Newsmax Poll

h ttp://www.newsmax.com/surveys/RickPerry/Rick-Perry-for-President-/id/21/kw/default?promo_code=D181-1

This link was emailed to me.

Not sure if there is a generic link.

1 vote

Fox Poll: Vote For Paul

Which GOP candidate would be best to fix the economy?
h ttp://www.foxnews.com/on-air/americas-newsroom/index.html

0 votes

foxnews poll if anyone wants to vote.

Which GOP candidate would be best to fix the economy?

Ron Paul is only at 18%

0 votes

Paul 2nd in New Hampshire poll !

Paul is second in N.H. poll:

http://www.thestatecolumn.com/articles/n-h-poll-ron-paul-in-...

The only problem... Romney is at 41% so Paul is distant 2nd (14%). Still a lot of work to do.

3 votes

"One campaign paying thousands for list of delegates"

This is from a Q and A in a Washington Post Article: The Florida P5 weekend (and straw poll) explained

"Is there a lot of money involved? Not really. Unlike the Ames Straw Poll in Iowa last month, delegates pay their own registration fees and book their own hotels. In past cycles, candidates have courted the delegates with expensive events, but this time around there’s been little high-profile campaigning. That said, the Florida GOP says at least one (unnamed) campaign has paid thousands of dollars for a list of delegates."

Link to article

-2 votes

New Rasmussen poll shows Paul dips to 6%

Paul at 6%?!! Who were they interviewing...all of Mark Levin's extended family?

Perry: 28%
Romney: 24%
Gingrich: 9%
Bachmann: 8%
Cain: 7%
Paul: 6%
Santorum: 3%
Huntsman: 2%

http://www.rasmussenreports.com/public_content/politics/elec...

3 votes

Update on Texas GOP Straw Poll!

So I'll get to the point and then explain the details:

After some research, a Texas Straw poll might be possible after all.

We all know the Texas GOP canceled the straw poll citing 'lack of interest' as the reason. After the news made its way around the internet, Ron Paul supporters bombarded the Texas GOP with complaints about canceling the poll. Soon after, the TX GOP chairman, Steve Munisteri responded to a few of us, including myself, with the same message:

3 votes

Louisianians! Vote in this poll!

Baton Rouge Business Report polls are used in local media reports.

h ttp://www.businessreport.com/news/2011/sep/20/growing-growing-gone/

17 votes

Santorum Right About One Thing: Predicts Ron Paul to Win Florida Straw Poll

Check out the closing comments on this Politico interview!

http://www.politico.com/news/stories/0911/63952.html

Politico: What do you think we should expect of your finish at the straw poll on Saturday?

Santorum: Oh, uh...(shuffle, shake head, grimace) I suspect that Ron Paul is going to finish first because...ha!... Ron Paul always finishes first in these types of straw polls!

-1 vote

Latest McClatchy-Marist Poll has RP @ 7%

Results of latest McClatchy-Marist poll:

Perry 30
Romney 22
Bachmann 12
Paul 7
Gingrich 6
Cain 5
Santorum 2
Huntsman 1

http://www.miamiherald.com/2011/09/20/v-fullstory/2417008/po...

It's not a great poll for RP, but it's actually his best showing in a McClatchy-Marist Poll, where he typically does poorly. I question their methodology. Past McClatchy-Marist results for Ron Paul as follows:

8/2 Ron Paul at 3% (his worst poll since April)
6/15 Ron Paul at 5%

3 votes

Straw Poll Victories Push Paul Forward (Local News Station KXAN in Austin, TX)

I saw the news clip on the 6 o'clock news tonight. It was not bashing Paul at all despite the part where Republican insiders say that the can't win

http://youtu.be/19wwpYUpjho

21 votes

Vote "NO" in Bill O'Reilly's poll!

Vote "No" in Bill O'Reilly's poll asking if the presidential race is a two person race between Perry and Romney!
Hurry up, we are loosing!!

http://www.foxnews.com/on-air/oreilly/index.html

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