Thursday, May 3, 2012
“Count all the votes.”
The mantra for longshot presidential candidate Ron Paul may seem simplistic in its approach, but the next-to-last man standing in the Republican Republican presidential nomination race said his campaign is still focused on the big political picture.
Even as Newt Gingrich made plans to suspend his campaign on Wednesday, Paul’s legion of dedicated supporters has shifted their tactics to strengthen their presence on state party committees and possibly nominate Paul from the floor at the Republican National Convention in August.
The Texas Congressman told KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO he’s well aware of the daunting task he faces in catching up to the overwhelming 847-80 delegate advantage enjoyed by Mitt Romney, according to an Associated Press count.
“We’re going through the delegate process, so we’re going to have a lot more than 80, but obviously he’s well ahead,” said Paul. “We’re very much involved in changing the Republican party to become a party of a little less government.”
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