Monday, March 19, 2012

Fred Karger Beats Ron Paul in Puerto Rico

It appears that openly gay GOP Presidential candidate Fred Karger beat Congressman Ron Paul by 250 votes in Sunday’s Puerto Rican primary with 82% of the precincts reported in. This is the first time that Karger has beaten one of his 4 top-tier rivals in the 3 primaries that he has competed in. Karger stated, “We spent the past 6 days campaigning hard in Puerto Rico & it worked. Ron Paul has been in all 20 debates, raised $35 million & has 80% name identification & it looks like we beat him with our message of jobs now, moderation and inclusion. We met with Republican leaders, students, the LGBT Community & lots of voters over the last 6 days & we ran our Spanish-language commercial, “Hola Puerto Rico” on television leading up to Sunday’s primary. On Saturday we even went all over San Juan in a traditional campaign Sound Truck with a group of volunteers. We met lots of voters & gave away lots of Fred Frisbees. This week we hit the ground running. Today, it’s back home to California (June 5th Primary), Las Vegas (Republican Jewish Coalition Meeting), New York (Media Interviews) & Maryland (April 3rd Primary). We definitely have some Big Mo = Momentum, going into the remaining state primaries.” Updates to Come…:)
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