June 5, 2012
After the Texas Primary, Mitt Romney has officially become the likely Republican Party candidate for US president. As of now, Mitt Romney’s delegate count has reached 1,191, while Paul is at just 137. Many Ron Paul supporters say they will continue to collect delegates and let their presence be known at the GOP convention in Florida, but critics say that mathematically the Texas congressman is done and the only way he can make it to the White House is if Mitt Romney makes him his vice president. So why are Ron Paul supporters still going strong? Austin Petersen, director of production for Freedom Works, chimes in.
This article was posted: Tuesday, June 5, 2012 at 2:32 am