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Can Ron Paul win?

 

Can Ron Paul win?

I see that my fellow Ron Paul supporters are loosing hope that he can win , first off no ones gonna no what the delegate count is intill the day of the convention now let me explain how it works , you have Primary States and than you have Caucus States , in a Primary State , the Delegate selections for the deleagets that will go to the convention are based on the votes , so the Voters turn out vote for how they want , that deter-mans the number of awarded slots and the delegates are eater assigned a candidate or they valntear and jump on the slot available to them that supports there guy its based on the votes most likely they are assigned the Delegates in those Primary States are known as Bound delegates, and thats if its a proportional state, beacuse there are also some winner take all states Arizona and floodia was one of them there might be three or 4 more but note only a Primary state can be a winner take all state and in a winner take all state , the winner takes all the deleagets in a Proportional state the winner takes most of the deleagets how ever gets 2nd place gets the 2nd most amount of deleagets and how ever gets 3d or last place takes what evers left and usually there are no deleagets left over and if there are its probably like maybe 10 or 15. Than theres the Caucus States : in a Caucus State the supporters of there Candidates get volunteer as Delegates from there they go to the County Conventions ware they choice people to represent than those deleagets go to the state conventions to choice Delegates to represent the candidate that there supporting candidates at the District level and on the District level they choice Deleagets to go to the National Convection in Tampa floodia Ron Paul has won most of the County and state convictions in the Caucus States and the and hes got a total of 7 super deleagets from the Counties , plus hes won some Bound Deleagets in the Primary States that held Proportional contests and if Rick Santurom drops out Ron Paul will get most of the Delegates from him in a Caucus system the delegates are Unbound and are also refer to as Unbound Delegates or Pledged delegates beacuse they were pledged Political Blog lemon global has done there own deleaget count witch is close to the real number of deleagets that hes got Romney has 601 delegates and if Sanatorium releases his Delegates Romney will have 667 Ron Paul currently has 300 unbound Deleagets pluss 80 Bound deleagets from the Primary states and than Gin-rage has 77 within the total deleaget count and the Caucus are still going on there for Ron Paul is bound to get even more deleagets , beacuse if you count the majority of Causes Ron Paul has won the vast majority of them reality is that Gin rage does not have a chance and if Santoum does not release his deleagets than hes still gonna get alot of delegates Ron Paul that is so the race is between Mitt Romney and Ron Paul and there can only be one winner , I would say that they both have a chance at winning the Nomination and Gin rage will probably drop out in the coming weeks or so . So flip that frown upside down put a simple on and have some hope :) keep in mind the Caucus are still going on http://lemonglobalnews.blogspot.com/2012/04/ron-paul-vs-mitt…

http://lemonglobalnews.blogspot.com/2012/04/ron-paul-has-380…

http://lemonglobalnews.blogspot.com/2012/03/delegate-counts-…

PS let me add that Mitt Romney has mostly Bound Deleagets they wont be allowed to vote for who they want on the first ballot but on the 2nd ballot they can vote for who they want unless the state they came from says other wise so its likely that Ron Paul will go to the convention in 2nd place and come out the other end as the winner of the GOP Primary and as a result could end up as the GOP Nominee


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