Posts Tagged ‘Campaign for Liberty’
 

 

Paul’s Zeal For Delegates Could Cost Iowa the Caucuses

If the reports from this weekend’s county conventions are any indication, the upcoming Republican district and state conventions are going to be something else. The Ron Paul presidential campaign and its ardent, and sometimes...
by Craig Robinson

 
 

Is A.J. Spiker Still Coordinating with Ron Paul’s Organization?

Upon his election, new Iowa GOP Chairman A.J. Spiker quickly resigned from his paid position as state vice-chairman of the Ron Paul presidential campaign. However, that does not mean he has cut ties from the Paul campaign and t...
by Kevin Hall

 
 
 

Should State Central Committee Members Be Allowed To Work On Presidential Campaigns?

By Kevin Hall This weekend, the GOP state central committee will meet in Ames to plot out the 2011 Iowa Straw Poll.   Concerns are rising about potential conflicts of interest among some members.  The state central committee...
by Kevin Hall

 

 
 

Ron Paul Announces Iowa Campaign Staff

On Tuesday Congressman Ron Paul opened a campaign office in Ankeny, Iowa, his first office in the nation. Ron Paul has formed an Exploratory Committee as he weighs a possible run for President. In addition to formally opening t...
by The Iowa Republican

 
 
 

Paul Could Surprise In Iowa

By Craig Robinson Texas Congressman Ron Paul announced that he is forming a 2012 presidential exploratory committee in Des Moines yesterday. The expected step allows Paul to participate in a May 5th Fox News debate in South Car...
by Craig Robinson

 

 
 

McLaughlin Beats Deace in Polk County GOP Chair Race

By Craig Robinson For years, the Polk County Republican Party has been either politically irrelevant or held hostage by personality conflicts amongst some of its members.  While signs of those past personal battles still rear ...
by Craig Robinson