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Sen. Rand Paul Wins Tennessee Presidential Straw Poll

A straw poll was conducted at the annual Tennessee Republican Assembly (TRA) convention in Nashville, Tennessee last Saturday. The convention was attended by more than 600 activists, state legislators and donors. A total of 373 votes were cast in the poll, which asked, “If the 2016 GOP Presidential primary was held today who would you cast your vote for?” Rand Paul took a total of 58% of the total votes cast. These results come in just after Rand Paul won another Presidential straw poll with a strong majority in Pennsylvania at the PA Leadership Conference. Rand Paul also won the coveted CPAC Presidential straw poll at this year’s convention. Multiple super PACs were in attendance at the TRA convention supporting a Rand Paul for President ticket.

Results from TRA Convention:

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  • Bachman, M = 4
  • Cruz, T = 21
  • DeMint, J = 12
  • Gingrich, N = 10
  • Lee, M = 2
  • Palin, S = 13
  • Paul, R = 219
  • Perry, R = 8
  • Rubio, M = 33
  • West, A = 51

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Comments

  1. Sounds good to me.

  2. Time to remove the democrats from Maryland and West Virginia, lets see a straw pull there

  3. Lori Ann says:

    YES !!! Great News !!!

  4. I really think he would make a great President,and that is something we have not seen in years.I would campain for him.

  5. When are you people who voted for Rubio going to learn your lesson? Rubio, just like Oboma ,is not a “NATURAL BORN CITIZEN”. Two wrongs don’t make a right. Wake up and get it right for a change.

  6. You’re my boy Rand, you’re my boyyy 🙂

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