Electoral history of Ron Paul , Republican U. Representative from Texas , , , Libertarian Party Presidential nominee and candidate for the and Republican presidential nomination. Texas's 22nd congressional district , : . Texas's 22nd congressional district , special election : . Texas's 22nd congressional district , special election runoff : . Texas's 22nd congressional district , : .
Ron Paul's strength in Iowa shows it's too soon to write him off
Breaking News -- Chuck Baldwin & Ron Paul are Write-In Candidates in California
Given the mess in the Republican Presidential Primary, and the suspensions of the Cruz and Kasich campaigns, I am recommending writing in Ron Paul, since none of the listed candidates on the ballot fit the necessities of a fiscally-conservative and Constitutional President. Additionally, it lowers the percentage of the vote that the winner gets, making them look worse, if only minisculely. If enough people vote write-in, it can lop a few percentage points off the winner, making him look not so invincible. This is healthy for the body politic. Since Dr. Paul is such an expert on Free-Market Capitalism, and has the correct economic views on almost every issue, and since America is primarily a capitalist country where almost everyone is obsessed, or at least heavily involved, with money or using money to get his daily needs, it makes great sense to put someone at the top of government who understands Economics.
Why Ron Paul's fans are still amassing delegates
Maine is one of the few states in which a slate of presidential elector candidates, pledged to a write-in presidential candidate, can file for write-in status without the consent of the presidential candidate himself or herself. A group of presidential elector candidated pledged to Ron Paul filed, and Maine has now released the write-in totals. The write-in vote for Ron Paul last month was 2, votes, which is.
Ronald Ernest Paul born August 20, is an American author, physician, and retired politician who served as the U. Representative for Texas's 22nd congressional district from to and again from to , and for Texas's 14th congressional district from to On three occasions, he sought the presidency of the United States : as the Libertarian Party nominee in and as a candidate for the Republican Party in and