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Will Ron Paul Be Romney's VP??? Watch the last 60 seconds of this clip for your answer!

Post by Admin on Sun Feb 12, 2012 6:18 pm

Ron Paul "Loses" by less than 200 votes even though 17% of the Maine Votes Will NEVER be counted!!!

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Real Results; Ron Paul 43% Mitt Romney 33%
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“In Washington County – where Ron Paul was incredibly strong – the caucus was delayed until next week just so the votes wouldn’t be reported by the national media today.
“Of course, their excuse for the delay was ‘snow.’
“That’s right. A prediction of 3-4 inches – that turned into nothing more than a dusting – was enough for a local GOP official to postpone the caucuses just so the results wouldn’t be reported tonight.
“This is MAINE we’re talking about. The GIRL SCOUTS had an event today in Washington County that wasn’t cancelled!
“And just the votes of Washington County would have been enough to put us over the top.
“This is an outrage. But our campaign is in this race to win, and will stay in it to the very end.

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The Media Turns A Blind Eye As The GOP Rigs Maine For Mitt Romney
The Paul campaign had been expecting something like this because the Romney campaign has been involved in dirty tricks,including getting the caucus in Washington County where Ron Paul was expected to do extremely well was canceled. In a statement the Paul campaign said, “Paul performed well throughout the state, although his campaign’s stronghold of Washington County did not report today for inexplicable reasons. Congressman Paul was barely bested by Gov. Romney by about 194 votes, a margin the campaign is confident it will make up with the 200 plus votes expected to come out of Washington County’s caucus.”
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When we watched a Romney spokesman declare Mitt the winner in Maine BEFORE any votes were counted we knew the result would M-Rom by a few votes…
This 2012 “election” will go down in history as the worst case of election FRAUD ever. 9 Lost precincts in Iowa, complete confusion in Nevada, weirdness in NH…. and now THIS:
Maine Republican Party Chairman Charlie Webster “predicts caucus outcome BEFORE vote
Is the Maine GOP really going to disenfranchise a county and a half? (Now with comments from Washington county)

How to cherry pick a caucus 101 (how they got the total)
250 precincts not counted in total ! http://www.mainegop.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/02/me_gop_ca… We need this downloaded, a lot more than 17% of the vote not counted ! Aroostook is a county total inclusive of 68 precincts that are zero. I included this because of the ease in which it could be manipulated. Ron did win but without totals he may have won by more.
Comments like this all over the place
“In addition to Washington County, there are 140 towns NOT REPORTING caucus results. Where are those votes? Maine GOP needs to come clean and report the true numbers. Fraud will not be tolerated.”

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As people browse the results from the Maine caucuses where Ron Paul took second with 35.7% of the vote to Mitt Romney’s 39.2%, many have noticed that only 502 of the 600 precincts have reported results, yet the media has reported the results as final.

That is because some precincts have yet to hold their caucuses. There are two reasons why. Some, namely several in Hancock and Kennebec Counties, had scheduled their caucuses for February 18th or March 3rd, going against the recommendations of the state party. Another caucus in Washington County was delayed due to snow.

The Maine Republican Party has decided votes from these areas won’t be counted in the totals. As the state chairman said:

Webster said any caucus results that come in after Saturday wouldn’t be counted no matter how close the vote turned out to be.

“Some caucuses decided not to participate in this poll and will caucus after this announcement,” Webster said. “Their results will not be factored in. The absent votes will not be factored into this announcement after the fact.”
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Post by sWamp-Ass on Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:43 pm

Results from the Maine caucuses were announced Saturday, with Mitt Romney claiming a slim 194-vote victory over Ron Paul. But the last-minute postponement of one county’s voting means the race is still wide-open — at least in the eyes of many Paul supporters.

Washington County, in the far eastern part of the state, postponed its caucus Friday evening, noting a forecast of snow. At the time the county’s GOP chair, Chris Gardner, apparently believed his county’s votes in the presidential preference poll would count.

The county, however, only received a dusting of snow; and come Saturday evening, state party chairman Charlie Webster announced that no subsequent votes would count. Gardner, shocked, told the Associated Press, “Refusal to reconsider under those circumstances would be extremely disheartening.”

“We will proceed next Saturday,” said Gardner, a Romney supporter. “We’ll have our vote and we are going to submit it to the state party for them to reconsider.”

The Maine Republican Party will meet on March 10 to decide whether to include the votes from Washington County and a handful of late-voting towns in the final tally, Webster told The Daily Caller on Monday.

But if there’s one thing Webster is sure of, it is that Ron Paul cannot eek out a 200-vote margin of victory in the county. It would be “highly unlikely, almost a miracle, improbable” for the statewide results to change, he said.

“There aren’t enough votes in Washington County to turn this election around,” said Webster. “Even if there is a record turnout of 300 people — it’s usually 113, [or] 140 — he wouldn’t win by 200 votes.”


“In Washington County — where Ron Paul was incredibly strong — the caucus was delayed until next week just so the votes wouldn’t be reported by the national media today,” wrote Tate in a widely circulated email to supporters.

“Of course, their excuse for the delay was ‘snow.’ That’s right. A prediction of 3–4 inches — that turned into nothing more than a dusting,” wrote Tate, who added that a Girl Scouts event wasn’t canceled that day in Washington County.

Howard told TheDC, “We can’t really suspect anyone of anything because all we know is that Washington County’s caucus was cancelled at the last minute for some reason.”

Nate Silver of The New York Times wrote Sunday that if the Washington County votes were to push Paul over the edge, turnout would have to be higher than its 2008 level, when only 113 votes were cast, including eight for Paul.

“There are 6,907 registered Republicans in Washington County, and another 8,247 unaffiliated registered voters, who are eligible to participate,” wrote Silver.

If the county’s turnout for the rescheduled Feb. 18 caucus is on par with Iowa’s turnout level, “it would produce about 1,300 participants at the caucuses,” wrote Silver, who noted that the delay could ultimately benefit Paul if turnout is high and in his favor.



Read more: http://dailycaller.com/2012/02/13/maine-gop-to-consider-allowing-late-caucus-votes-to-count/#ixzz1mJRGuscf




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Post by sWamp-Ass on Mon Feb 13, 2012 8:44 pm

In addition to the issue about whether weather-postponed Maine GOP caucuses will count in the final tally, Ron Paul supporters have some additional bases for complaint.

One involves what happened in Portland on the final caucus day. A major part of the procedure involves the selection of delegates to the state GOP convention, where the delegates to the national Republican convention would be selected. The Republican nominee must capture a majority of delegates at the national convention.

As the Washington Post reported,

Party officials announced at the end of the Riverton Elementary School caucus that there had been a discrepancy in the final tally of state delegate ballots, and that they had received 19 more ballot sheets than they had the green index cards that voters turned in when they took their ballots. That meant that the results of Portland’s state delegate race – at least, for the time being – were void.

Another emerging issue involves different tallies being reported from some of the caucuses. Often there are errors that are corrected later. However, a poster (Larry in Augusta) at the conservative site As Maine Goes suggests that these may be skewed toward Romney, since the Portland numbers were incorrect and Waterville results were omitted.

Looking at both list below is the error rate and if these errors hold true throughout the State Paul will win the straw poll by six votes. Paul would have 2289 to Romneys 2283. How does this sort of thing happen? 15% of Ron Paul votes were not counted…..

Mistakes were made. Something tells me it’s going to take some time to sort this out.
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