Primaries in Indiana and North Carolina Today




In Indiana, 27 delegates will be awarded today in an open primary. Another 27 delegates are selected during the state convention from June 9 to June 10, 2008. You can vote for Ron Paul even if you aren’t registered Republican. Results will be available here.

Ron Paul made several stops in Indiana, including Indiana University-Purdue University Fort Wayne last night (see video).

In North Carolina, all 69 delegates are allocated based on the results of the voting in today’s North Carolina Primary. It’s a closed primary but registered independents can vote for Ron Paul. Results will be available here.

Ron Paul and John McCain are the only Republican candidates left in the race.

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  1. Political Realist

    Apparently it isn't about winning anything. If that's your objective you've succeeded.

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  2. When will the naysayers realize that the Ron Paul Revolution isn't just about winning primaries!!

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  3. Political Realist

    The results are in:

    PAUL GETS FEWER VOTES IN INDIANA AND NC THAN EVEN HUCKABEE, WHO DROPPED OUT OF THE RACE THREE MONTHS AGO!!!!! NO ONE CAN STOP PAUL NOW. LOL. CAN THIS POOR OLD GUY WIN ANYTHING????

    SEND PAUL MORE CASH U SUCKERS!!!!

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  4. Mike huckabee dropped out

    only ron paul and john mccain are left.

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  5. Ron Paul Supporter

    Mike Huckabee is still on the ballot even though he dropped out.

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  6. Actually, my BF voted Republican and he said Huckabee is also left as a candidate.

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