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  1. NH Ron Paul Republican State Rep. sponsoring 51 pro-liberty bills in 2012

    New Hampshire Ron Paul Republican State Rep. Andrew Manuse is sponsoring 51 pro-liberty bills in 2012. Rep. Manuse endorsed Ron Paul and helped coordinate Ron Paul events in New Hampshire. He is the prime sponsor on main of the 51 bills. The bills deal with a variety of issues from reducing gun regulations to reducing business regulations to reducing speeding law enforcement to allowing industrial hemp to a more open government. Rep. Manuse claims "my focus will remain on my Common Sense ...
  2. Why Ron Paul Did so Well in New Hampshire in 2012

    Ron Paul received more than 18,000 votes at around 8% of the vote in 2008. In 2012, Paul received just fewer than 57,000 votes at around 23% of the vote. This dramatic lead happened, despite only twenty-one candidates on the ballot in 2008 compared to the thirty candidates on the ballot in 2012. The question is, why did support for Paul grow so much between 2008 and 2012?

    Ron Paulís 2012 winning formula was a combination of many things. Extra volunteers, be them the youth volunteers ...

    Updated 01-25-2012 at 09:47 PM by Keith and stuff

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  3. Ron Paulís Victory in New Hampshire was Both Wide and Deep

    Ron Paul came in a strong second out of thirty candidates on January 10th in the New Hampshire Republican Primary with 23% of the vote. While Paul was second overall, he won Coos County with over 30% of the vote. Paul was second in the nine other New Hampshire counties and only lost to Romney by 5 points in Cheshire, Grafton and Sullivan counties.

    Paul won around sixty New Hampshire towns including the Keene area towns of Marlow, Sullivan, and Troy and the Concord area towns of ...

    Updated 01-21-2012 at 01:13 AM by Keith and stuff

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  4. Paulís New Hampshire Bump

    Ron Paul came in a strong second on January 10th in the New Hampshire Republican Primary with 23% of the vote. Second out of thirty candidates is pretty impressive considering that some of the candidates lived in New Hampshire and most of them were only competing in New Hampshire. While it is true that Paul only came in second in New Hampshire, Paul was the only candidate to get a bump in the South Carolina polls from the New Hampshire election results.

    In polls by three different ...
  5. How to Become a Pro-liberty State Representative

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    How to Become a Pro-liberty State Representative

    Do you like liberty? Do you want to get involved with the system and make a difference? Would you like to be a State Representative? If you answered yes to all three questions, continue reading because I know how to make it happen.

    Iíve been involved with dozens of campaigns. Many of those campaigns were successful campaigns for State Representative in New Hampshire. Before I go into the how to get elected part,
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