Ron Paul for U.S. Senate?

Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) announced Thursday that she would retire from the U.S. Senate in 2012 at the end of her current term. One of the candidates that might replace her is Ron Paul. Should Ron Paul run for U.S. Senate in 2012?

What should Ron Paul do in 2012?

  • Ron Paul should run for President (84%, 5,979 Votes)
  • Ron Paul should run for U.S. Senate (13%, 966 Votes)
  • Ron Paul should do something else (please post a comment to elaborate) (2%, 109 Votes)
  • Ron Paul should only run for reelection to the House (1%, 103 Votes)

Total Voters: 7,158

This poll is now closed. It was open from January 14 until February 10, 2011.

  • Glenn

    I would love to see Ron Paul in the White House but i think he should run for both President and Senate. The Senate i believe he would likely win, I dont have the same confidence for his chances at the White House. I think he still should make a run for President if only to help spark a national debate and on individual liberty, and expose more people to the ideals of liberty I hold dear.


  • m.brown

    Dear Congressman/Mr. Chairman Paul,
    I have always had great hopes for you.
    So now that you’re Chairman, what have you done lately?
    How much longer will we ignore fraud in the financial markets w/o so much as one prosecution of any bankers? When can Bernanke’s out of control spending be stopped?
    When can we shut down Fanny and Freddy?
    You are only one of only a rare few that can be trusted to call it like it is.
    Please, Mr. Chairman, do something about it.
    The faith and credit of the United’s honesty and integrity, is going down the toilet.
    Sincerely Yours,
    M. Brown

  • Brad Fraze

    I want Ron Paul as president. Im just not sure that The ppl are educated or care enough for him to get enough votes. Not to mention the federal reserve would spare no expense to attack him or, who knows, make him disappear. I want him to run for something he truly thinks he can win and make the most difference. Thank you.

  • Captain Hugh Smith