Nevada tells Ron Paul to grow up and shut up.

Nevada GOP dismisses Paul complaintMichael Levenson
Boston Globe
Saturday January 19, 2008

LAS VEGAS — Ron Paul, other than Mitt Romney the only Republican actively campaigning for Saturday’s Republican caucuses in Nevada, called this afternoon for the state party to consider postponing the contest due to “multiple inconsistencies.”But the state Republican Party immediately dismissed the allegations and said the caucus would go on as planned.

“We would hope that the Paul campaign would go act like adults and not try to set up straw men to make up for their lack of organizing,” said Steve Wark, a caucus spokesman.

The Paul campaign complained that voters have received postcards with incorrect caucus locations, that eligibility requirements to participate have been changed several times, and that several rural counties could run out of ballots.

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2 Responses

  1. It is very dangerous to have Republican party officials insulting the campaign representing the only future for the Republican Party. Libertarianism is going to take over the RNC or the Democrats will stay in power. We are blackmailing other Republicans: they are old and don’t read the Internet. They listen to the MSM which allows corruption to occur when, if they were doing their jobs, they would be reporting on at least one major politicians crimes every week forcing him or her to resign. We won’t allow the corrupt candidates of the MSM watchers to continue to control the Republican Party until the old MSM watchers die off.

    Whoever this Steve Wark jackass is, he should resign for his “act like adults” remark.

  2. ‘Incorrect caucus locations’ is true enough, but it downplays that Paul supporters were being sent to completely different towns:

    The Ron Paul presidential campaign is urging Washoe County Republican voters to check the county party’s Web site or call its office to verify their site for Saturday’s caucus.[…]
    Jeff Greenspan, Ron Paul’s Southwest U.S. regional coordinator, said Zac Moyle, the state Republican Party executive director, acknowledged the problem.
    “This Web site has been misdirecting voters up to two days before the caucus,” Greenspan said in a news release.
    “The Ron Paul campaign has received calls from hundreds of supporters who have asked why they are being directed to Reno and Henderson for their caucus sites when they live in Las Vegas.

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