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Paul campaign awaits Bachmann, Perry exit to perhaps collect more delegates. Paul J. Watson Infowars January 4, 2012 Ron Paul heads to New Hampshire having more than doubled his 2008 Iowa vote tally, secured an equal number of Republican delegates as Romney and Santorum, and is projected to beat Santorum into a strong second-placed finish in next week’s primary. After weeks of intense and sustained smear attacks by the ...Read full article...
by Nate Silver NYTimes.com December 30, 2011 I’m not always a big fan of dissecting individual polls — mostly because there are liable to be a plethora of them in Iowa and New Hampshire over the next several days and their errors will tend to be mitigated as more are added to the average. Nevertheless, the new CNN poll of Iowa contains a methodological quirk that is worth bringing ...Read full article...
Note: This measure has arrived after unfounded threats against the voting process were made public in Iowa. The GOP wants to make sure they are the only ones who will know what the result of the voting really is. By Jonathan Martin Politico.com December 28, 2011 Threats to disrupt the Iowa Republican caucuses next week have prompted state GOP officials to move the vote tabulation to an “undisclosed location,” ...Read full article...
by Bob Livingston Personal Liberty December 26, 2011 The Republican establishment has become apoplectic over Congressman Ron Paul’s growing strength in Iowa. Last week, Iowa Governor Terry Branstad attempted to delegitimize his own State’s vote when he said that if Paul wins the Iowa Caucus, it won’t matter. Of course, if Newt Gingrich or Mitt Romney wins, he won’t say that. In fact, according to Branstad, a second- or ...Read full article...