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12/1/07 7:58 PM
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MardiGras Bandit
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Edited: 01-Dec-07 08:02 PM
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Are you registered Republicans? The only way Ron Paul can make a difference is if you register Republican and vote for him in the primaries. He won't win, but if he gets enough support his message will gain solid footing in mainstream politics. If you aren't a registered Republican, you don't really support Ron Paul. I predict Ron Paul will do worse then expected on Primary day, because internet people won't bother to register Republican so they can vote for him.
12/1/07 7:58 PM
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MardiGras Bandit
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Edited: 01-Dec-07 08:06 PM
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In most of the county, only registered party members can vote in the primary. That means you must register Republican if you want to vote for Ron Paul. He has already said he will not run as a third party candidate, and writing in his name in the general election is a useless gesture. Only by registering as a Republican and voting in the primaries can you help ensure Ron Paul's message gains needed strength.
12/3/07 1:28 AM
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Beezulbubba
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Edited: 03-Dec-07
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I am a registered republican. Also have a few people becoming a party member for the first time of any sort, and a converted dem from work, too.
12/3/07 4:45 AM
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Edited: 03-Dec-07
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question: I live in Cali - what is the timeline like on registering to vote in the Repub primaries?
12/3/07 3:18 PM
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jaseprobst
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Edited: 03-Dec-07
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nogi you should contact your county clerk/registrar of voters.
12/3/07 11:50 PM
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Edited: 03-Dec-07
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I am.
12/19/07 11:52 PM
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JoshuaB
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Edited: 19-Dec-07
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The registration/party change deadline for CA is Jan 22nd. To see information on voting in CA, and even register online, go to: www.sos.ca.gov/elections/elections_vr.htm
12/20/07 9:33 PM
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craftybushidovet
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Edited: 20-Dec-07
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States like SC you can vote in both primarys
12/22/07 12:52 AM
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Buddhadev
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Edited: 22-Dec-07
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MGB, I live in WA -- which is open primary/open caucus
12/22/07 1:00 AM
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Buddhadev
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Edited: 22-Dec-07
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Here's a good reference page for primary voting info: http://www.ronpaul2008.com/primary-and-caucus-information/
1/28/08 2:47 PM
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MadisonBJJ
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Edited: 28-Jan-08
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Open in WI, too. And I always vote.

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