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Matt Collins
01-16-2008, 09:21 PM
We should setup a "Ron Paul Info Booth" in front of every polling place in every precinct. It would have to be staffed with those who are GOOD at talking with others and persuading them to vote for Ron Paul.

This way those who are undecided (the majority of Republicans believe it or not) can hear from a Ron Paul supporter just moments before they make their decision.


This means that HAVING A LARGE NUMBER OF RON PAUL SUPPORTERS AT THE POLLS CAN GREATLY INFLUENCE THE ELECTION. If the average undecided voter drives up to a poll and sees no one but Ron Paul supporters standing around it might be enough to swing their vote if the Ron Paul supporters do a good enough job working the crowd.

Cambridge Chris
01-17-2008, 10:58 AM
Massachusetts = 150 ft minimum from polling entrance.

If you are supporting the GOP in Cambridge, MA, it's 15,000 ft! ;)

MalcolmGandi
01-17-2008, 11:17 AM
We need to use the "Republican Voter Guide"... get it into the hands of every voter, and I bet we can come in first place.

Bradley in DC
01-17-2008, 11:21 AM
+1

Check with local laws about voter intimidation (how many feet away, other DOs and DON'Ts, etc.). Also, introduce yourself to the person in charge before setting up, let them know what you're doing, inquire about any location specific rules and insights, and make nice--make sure you get the poll workers' orders for coffee, etc., when your people go. :)

Matt Collins
01-17-2008, 04:59 PM
Good points