From the beginning of the GOP presidential nominee race, Ron Paul claimed he had things under control. While Rick Santorum and Mitt Romney came out victorious in several primary elections, the Texas Congressman adopted a strategy of winning the delegate vote. So can Paul keep it up to the Republic National Convention? Austin Petersen, director […]

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Ron Paul’s race to the White House isn’t over. Earlier this week, Newt Gingrich dropped out of the GOP presidential nominee race leaving only two men standing. Ron Paul said that he still had a fighting chance against Mitt Romney and predicted the delegate vote would change the race. Mary Willison, volunteer organizer and Ron […]

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Fairfax County, Virginia- the second richest county in the US. Located right next to Washington D.C., Fairfax has a median household income of nearly 103,000 dollars and homes on average valued at over half a million. Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney spoke about the economy at a scripted campaign event today in Chantilly, Virginia, where […]

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The 2012 elections is just around the corner and President Obama is still waiting to see who the GOP will nominate to run against him for the White House. Right now, the Republican Party is embracing the notion of having Mitt Romney as their representative, but Ron Paul is still in the race. In some […]

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There are approximately six months left until the GOP frontrunner will go head to head with President Obama. Mitt Romney and Ron Paul are the only two men left standing in the roller coaster ride known as the GOP nominee race, and many Republicans are calling for all candidates to drop out and back Romney […]

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Sixteen weeks after Iowans hit the polls to vote for their GOP nominee, Ron Paul has officially been named the winner of the pivotal state. Initially Mitt Romney was declared the victor, and then later Rick Santorum, but it turns out now that the Texas congressman has claimed the most delegates. Paul has also won […]

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