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LAS VEGAS -- Ron Paul looked to have re-energized his presidential campaign and the movement propelling it Saturday with a solid showing in the Nevada caucuses. Early results and preliminary exit polls had Paul, a Texas House Republican with libertarian leanings, running neck-and-neck with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich for second place.
- Submitted by admin on Wed, 12/28/2011 - 4:12am
Texas Congressman Ron Paul is soaring in the polls while he tries to capture the GOP nomination in the race to the White House. Will the mainstream media derail his campaign with an all-out smear campaign though? Daniel Faraci, director of Grassroots Political Consulting, LLC., talks to RT about the establishment's effort to crush the candidate and how it's doing little to level the libertarian
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According to a recent poll, Texas congressman Ron Paul has emerged as a front-runner in the Republican nomination process.
A recent poll of Iowan voters conducted for Bloomberg showed that â€œHerman Cain, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich are in a dead heat as the top choices for Iowans likely to attend the Jan. 3 Republican presidential caucuses.â€ The poll found that Cain continues to lead the pack with twenty percent support, followed closely by Paul at nineteen percent. Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich are close behind with eighteen and seventeen percent support respectively.
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