Ron Paul, Survivor

Roarty, Alex
February 2012
National Journal;2/4/2012, p4
The article examines the state of the campaign of U.S. Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul as of February 2012. Paul finished second in Iowa and third in New Hampshire, but he dropped even further in Florida. It is noted that in spite of his dismal finish in Florida, he expects to perform well in several states including Maine, Nevada, and Colorado. The campaign of Paul is focused on delegates instead of outright voters.


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