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Tag: Straw Poll
  • YAL at Mississippi College Conducts Straw Poll

    Our YAL chapter conducted a straw poll of the GOP presidential candidates in our cafeteria on October 18th. 149 students participated and Congressman Ron Paul won by a large margin. The whole purpose of the straw poll, though, was really to promote our YAL chapter and let people know about our hosting a viewing of …

  • Ron Paul Loses by 1 (Yes, ONE) Vote in SRLC Straw Poll

    Reporting outside the Hilton Conference center in the Big Easy: Just as the headline reads, Ron Paul lost the 2010 Presidential Straw Poll by one single vote to former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney.  This one vote, however, really comes off as a big win for Congressman Paul–Evangelicals for Mitt spent tens of thousands trying to influence …

  • If Ron Paul continues to win straw polls, the GOP won’t do them anymore.

    So childish! Hat tip to Steven St.Jean.  Note:  YAL does not support or oppose any candidate for office.

  • POLITICO: Who Should Have Won The CPAC Straw Poll?

    Politico.com has jumped right on the marginalization bandwagon when it comes to Ron Paul winning the CPAC 2010 Straw Poll. Their poll today is asking who should have won the CPAC Straw Poll- a puzzling move, considering how active Dr. Paul’s supporters are online. It seems to me that Dr. Paul’s win has not sat …

  • Media Attention from CPAC 2010

    Ron Paul wins CPAC 2010 Straw Poll with 31%. His comments on his win below… Videos Here: NBC Nightly News FOX News Russia Today MSNBC with Keith Olbermann MSNBC CNN Politics Larry King Articles Here: Reason Huffington Post POLITICO FOX News The Washington Independent Digitial Journal MSNBC HeraldTribune.com Los Angeles Times New York Magazine Examiner.com CQ …

  • Ron Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll!

    Ron Paul has won the CPAC straw poll — arguably by a land slide!  You can check out the full poll, but here are the presidential poll results: Thinking ahead to the 2012 Presidential election,who would you vote for as the next Republican nominee for President? Ron Paul — 31% Mitt Romney — 22% Sarah …