View Full Version : What you really must do for Ron Paul to win

12-29-2007, 06:28 PM
Today the Houston Meetup group posted huge "Ron Paul for President" and "Join the Ron Paul Revolution" banners on three overpasses on the Southwest Fwy. between downtown and Shepherd Dr. The response was overwhelming. People honked, flashed their lights, and waved frantically. The police came about two hours later and made us take down the large banners (probably some disgruntled neocons). We complied and did not raise a fuss. They did allow us to stay and wave our signs to all tha cars approaching north and south bound. Ironically, we got better response waving the signs (making it more personal) than just having the huge banners hanging. We had about 25 to 30 people. We will be doing this every Saturday from 11am to 3pm starting next Saturday. Also, today I spent 3 hours with the Ft. Bend Republican Party Chairman. Here is what he told me. For a candidate to win you must vote in the primary, but more importantly, you must attend the meetings that night after the polls close to vote for delegates for your candidate. That is the key. Period. Become a delegate (this is for Texas; check your own states primary rules) and find out from the republican party and from the Ron Paul Campaign what else you must do. No delegates, NO Ron Paul. In Houston we figured we need at least 50 to 75 votes for Ron Paul at each voting precinct. Get to know your precinct voters.


This website will allow you to join and get involved to call the voters.

12-29-2007, 06:52 PM
Do we have a master site for delegate information by state?