Ron Paul finished third in the Indiana and North Carolina primaries tonight, but it looks like those showings of 8% and 7% respectively will be enough to push him past the one million vote mark.
As of this moment, Paul has added 60,757 votes to his total… with 15% of the votes still to be counted in each state. Dave Leip’s Atlas of Election Results shows Ron Paul with 990,043 primary votes and another 44,003 caucus votes… well over one million. By the time every vote is counted tonight, Paul will probably top a million primary votes without even considering caucuses in the equation.
Tuesday, May 6, 2008
Posted by Todd Andrew Barnett at 10:36 PM