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    Electoral College changes


    The 2010 Census changed the Electoral College vote apportionment for the Presidential elections from 2012 to 2020 in the following states.

    States in blue represent states that gained votes. States in orange represent states that lost votes. These changes would give the Democratic Party a net loss of six electoral votes in typically blue states, while the Republican Party will see a net gain of six electoral votes in typically red states. Votes allocated to remaining states remain unchanged from the national total of 115.

    If States vote along historic party lines, Blue States still hold 242 Electorates, with Red States holding 181 Electorates.




    Primary and caucus dates

    May 15th Nebraska Primary - 35 Delegates
    May 15th Oregon Primary - 28 Delegates

    Here is the current Candidate to date list with Delegate count won.

    Democratic Party




    Republican Party



    • Mitt Romney, former Governor from Massachusetts (Officially Running)


    Socialist Party USA


    • Stewart Alexander, activist (Officially Running)


    Green Party


    • Kent Mesplay, Green Party activist and air quality inspector from California (Officially Running)

    Libertarian Party


    • GARY, ROGER V activist and former elected official of San Antonio, Texas (Officially Running)

    • R. Lee Wrights, former Libertarian National Committee Vice-Chair (Officially Running)
    • Gary E. Johnson, former Governor of New Mexico (Officially Running)

    Prohibition Party


    • Jack Fellure (Officially Running)


    The Reform Party


    • Buddy Roemer, former Governor from Louisiana (Officially Running)




    Withdrew Candidacy




    • Ron Paul, U.S. Representative from Texas 5/14/12

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    Libertarian




    Socialist Party



    Prohibition Party



    The Reform Party


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    PLEASE OH PLEASE let grayson run!
    Stand up for what is right, even if you have to stand alone.
     

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    The one that got me was Jimmy McMillan running on the GOP ticket. If you don't remember him, his '10 run was on the "The Rent Is Too Damn High" party ticket.

    He is officially running, so we have some good one's on there.
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    I did not realize Mitch Daniels was officially running.

    I believe he can beat Obama.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arroyo_Doble View Post
    I did not realize Mitch Daniels was officially running.

    I believe he can beat Obama.
    I like Daniels. The Weekly Standard had a great article on him a few weeks ago. He's a good one.

    I like Herman Cain. Check him out.
     

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    I didn't see that he had officially entered. Mark Levin has been bashing him right an left as a lefty, which I find to be BS, after all the good he's done for the the state, but w/e
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by PoliCon View Post
    PLEASE OH PLEASE let grayson run!
    That man is insane.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by CatholicCrusader View Post
    That man is insane.
    I know. :) All the more reason for him to run. :D
    Stand up for what is right, even if you have to stand alone.
     

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    Sadly, I think I'm leaning toward Burck right now.
    Olde-style, states' rights conservative. Ask if this concept confuses you.
     

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    Here's the thing. Do you stand on principle or do you pick a candidate that actually has a chance at winning? This is a big election year coming up with a lot riding on it. We can run a Tea Party candidate like Bachman but you stand to lose the independents. What you do is run a moderate as pres and a veep who is a Tea Party person. A Reagan is a once in a lifetime candidate and he ran at the right time. So, that said, who would be the choice?
    The Obama Administration: Deny. Deflect. Blame.
     

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