Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Ron paul super tuesday results

  • WASHINGTON — Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul remained defiant Tuesday night in the face of no primary wins, rallying his fervent supporters to his signature causes of civil liberties and an overhaul of the countrys monetary system.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • WASHINGTON -- Hes got to start winning some primaries. Rand Pauls Yogi Berra-esque advice to his father, delivered in late January, was with the Ron Paul campaign as February became March and that victory remained elusive.
  • (Huffington Post)
  • ATLANTA - Ron Paul supporters are expected to pack a notoriously Democratic hangout in Atlanta on "Super Tuesday." Local Paul supporters are gathering at Manuel's Tavern in Virginia Highland to watch Tuesday election results.
  • (MyFox Atlanta)
  • FARGO – Despite a final personal pitch from libertarian Ron Paul, it was former he'd win in the primary race – the results fell short of expectations.
  • As the Super Tuesday results pour in, Mitt Romney has scored victories Rick Santorum (91), Newt Gingrich (30) and Ron Paul (23) follow.
  • (ABC News)
  • FARGO - GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul's appearance is running at least a half-hour behind schedule. He was originally slated to speak at about 5:30 p.m. at the start of the caucus.
  • Gingrich pinned all his presidential ambitions on Tuesdays vote in Georgia, spending much of the week campaigning in the state rather than the other nine Super Tuesday states who had 21 percent.
  • (Denver Post)
  • Boston—It will be a few hours before we find out the results of the Alaska primary but so far this is a bad night for Ron Paul and his legions of supporters.
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  • (CNN) – Ron Paul said Tuesday that his rivals have Tune in to the CNN Election Center tonight at 7 p.m. ET for live coverage of the Super Tuesday primaries and follow real time results on CNNPolitics.
  • (CNN)
  • Texas congressman Ron Paul had 26 percent, former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum had 25 percent and former U.S.
  • (Denver Post)

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