Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Ron Paul had 21% -- and then the counting stopped

People who take short cuts in counting votes need to spend the next 10 years in jail.
Local News | Huckabee won't concede state; GOP resuming delegate count | Seattle Times Newspaper According to the GOP's Saturday tally, Arizona Sen. John McCain won about 26 percent of delegates, Arkansas Gov. Huckabee won 24 percent, Texas Rep. Ron Paul finished with 21 percent, and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, who has dropped out of the race, got 17 percent. Most of the rest were non-committed.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

John K. says: Hey I am all for putting people in jail who shortcut votes. Let's start with Gov Rendell. He was head of the DNC in 2000 when he wanted the count in Florida stopped before the polls closed.