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Ron Paul surging in Iowa, leads in latest PPP poll

Ron Paul is having a late surge in Iowa, taking the lead in the latest PPP poll:

“2012 GOP Presidential candidate Ron Paul is leading Iowa according to a new PPP poll released yesterday evening, with 20 percent of the vote. The survey has Paul also leading among Independents and Democrats with 30 percent of the vote, more than twice that of the nearest challenger.”

“…This comes on the heels of a CNN/Time poll which showed Ron Paul strong against President Obama. Highlights from the poll include Paul besting Obama 47 to 46 percent among those 65 years and older, said to be the most reliable voters.  Paul also beats Obama among persons who reside in rural areas 52 to 44 percent and with Independents 48 to 47 percent.”


Ron Paul & Mitt Romney Leading in Iowa

Ron Paul and Mitt Romney are trading the lead poll position in Iowa’s upcoming caucus, depending on which poll you look at it or depending on the day, it’s going to come down to the wire!

“After months of volatility, Mitt Romney and Ron Paul remain the front-runners in Iowa for the third week in a row with the state’s Republican caucus just five days away.”




Ron Paul’s interview on Fox News Sunday with Chris Wallace

When asked about his goals in running for president, Paul repsonded: “I’m in it to win it…As president I would reduce the power of government, I wouldn’t seek it. I would never take the power from Congress…The Constitution was written to restrict the government, not to restrict the people, now it’s turned around. We use government to restrict the people in all manner. So I would like to reverse that.”

Ron Paul 2012: Peace Candidate

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voting for peace Ron Paul

Ron Paul is Republican front runner

Ron Paul’s support is surging, putting him solidly in position as a Republican front runner. Yesterday Paul took second in the Ames Straw poll in Iowa, only 152 votes short of Michelle Bachman (who is from Iowa).

28.55% (4823 votes) – Michele Bachmann
27.65% (4671 votes) – Ron Paul
13.58% (2293 votes) – Tim Pawlenty
9.81% (1657 votes) – Rick Santorum
8.62% (1456 votes) – Herman Cain
4.25% (718 votes) – Rick Perry (write-in)
3.36% (567 votes) – Mitt Romney
2.28% (385 votes) – Newt Gingrich
0.41% (69 votes) – Jon Huntsman
0.21% (35 votes) – Thaddeus McCotter

This is a dramatic shift from 2007 when Paul took 5th at the Iowa straw pool. Ron Paul has been taking 1st or second in all major straw polls this year. Earlier this year Paul took 2nd in the New Hampshire straw poll, first at the conservative CPAC straw poll, first at the RLC, the Louisiana leadership straw poll.

Ron Paul’s speech at Iowa Straw Poll:


Help Ron Paul Win in Iowa – Donate, spread the word

Ron Paul is putting all that he’s got into this presidential campaign, he WON’T be running for congress after this. He’s the real hope for America, he’s the peace candidate, the freedom candidate, the one candidate that will actually honor the presidential oath to uphold the Constitution– his decades-long Congressional record proves this. Tomorrow he’s asking for our help, check out what other prominent people are saying about him and donate to the campaign.

We will be hosting the “Ready For Ames” Money Bomb Radio Marathon on July 19th, 2011 from 9 am – 12 am. Be sure to tune in to our live broadcast on Tuesday, repeated on Wednesday with podcasts available later in the week. More radio show info to be announced!


Ron Paul Wins SRLC straw poll by landslide!

Another big straw poll win for Ron Paul. Remember that he needs donations early in his campaign, the donations are more valuable now than they will be later so go donate if you can.

Politico, 6.18.2011

As has become typical at GOP cattle calls, Ron Paul captured the presidential straw poll at the Republican Leadership Conference here, easily besting his nearest competitor, Jon Huntsman.

Paul won 612 votes to Huntsman’s 382. Michele Bachmann came in third with 191 votes and Herman Cain finished behind her, taking 104 votes.