Ron Paul

3:22pm

Tue April 3, 2012
It's All Politics

Will 2008's Surge In Young Voters Continue In 2012?

Originally published on Tue April 3, 2012 9:05 pm

Supporters of Texas Rep. Ron Paul cheer as the Republican presidential candidate speaks on March 28 at the University of Maryland in College Park, Md.
T.J. Kirkpatrick Getty Images

Historically, young people have been much less likely to vote than older Americans.

That trend has started to change in the past few presidential election cycles, especially in 2008, when a census report found that 49 percent of those ages 18 to 24 who were eligible to vote participated in the presidential election.

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4:05pm

Wed March 7, 2012
It's All Politics

Ron Paul's In-It-To-Win-It Strategy Is 'Not Far-Fetched,' Campaign Manager Says

Originally published on Thu March 8, 2012 8:34 am

Texas Rep. Ron Paul (right) talks with the his presidential campaign manager, Jesse Benton, backstage at the Republican Party's Iowa straw poll last August.
Charles Dharapak AP

Texas Rep. Ron Paul hasn't won any of the 23 Republican presidential primaries or caucuses already in the 2012 history books.

He's captured only 29 delegates, just 5 percent of those awarded in contests to date. (Front-runner Mitt Romney has 340 committed delegates, 58 percent of those officially allotted, according to NPR calculations.)

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5:27am

Tue March 6, 2012
The Two-Way

Super Tuesday: GOP Candidates In Tight Race For 437 Delegates

Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney greets supporters at a town hall meeting at Taylor Winfield in Youngstown, Ohio on Monday.
Gerald Herbert AP

11:04pm

Sat March 3, 2012
Presidential Race

Va. Campaigners Persevere Despite 2-Person Ballot

Originally published on Mon March 5, 2012 5:35 am

Supporters attend a party for Ron Paul on Feb. 28 in Springfield, Va. Paul and Mitt Romney are the only two candidates on the ballot for Virginia's Tuesday contest.
Alex Wong Getty Images

Virginians will choose between just two candidates on the state's primary election ballot Tuesday: Mitt Romney and Ron Paul.

The rest of the Republican candidates failed to collect enough signatures last fall to get on the state's printed ballot. But that hasn't made Romney and Paul's campaigners complacent.

At the headquarters for each candidate in Northern Virginia, volunteers and staff are busy gearing up for Super Tuesday, when voters in 10 states will pick their party's nominee.

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8:18am

Wed February 29, 2012
It's All Politics

Ron Paul Celebrates A Leap Day Birthday — His Wife's

Originally published on Tue February 28, 2012 10:42 pm

Republican Presidential candidate Ron Paul celebrates the "leap day" birthday of his wife Carol, left, during a rally Tuesday in Springfield, Va.
Alex Wong Getty Images

Ron Paul ignored the primaries in Arizona and Michigan Tuesday night and took his campaign to Virginia, where only he and Mitt Romney are on the March 6 ballot.

Paul teased a sometimes boisterous crowd at a Springfield banquet hall just a few miles outside of the nation's capital. "You're such a noisy bunch. What's going on here?" Paul joked. "I keep saying they're sound asleep in Washington. We have to be noisy so they hear us!"

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