Support Ron Paul as the 2012 Republican Party Nominee
  • Petitioned Reince Priebus

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Chairman, Republican National Committee
Reince Priebus
Republican National Committee
Sharon Day

Support Ron Paul as the 2012 Republican Party Nominee

    1. Mark McLachlan
    2. Petition by

      Mark McLachlan

      Lincoln, United States

We are looking for 1,000,000 signatures in total.  When smaller milestones are passed, the progress bar will be updated accordingly. 

If Congressman Ron Paul is not nominated in August of 2012 as the Republican Party nominee, his supporters will not blindly pledge their support for whoever else is. Instead, we will continue to back the message of peace, liberty, and a constitutional government through the use of write-in votes for Ron Paul. Without the support of Ron Paul's base of millions of voters, the Republican Party nominee will fail to gather enough votes and President Obama will inevitably be reelected for a second term in November of 2012. The only way this will not happen is if Ron Paul is nominated in August of 2012. 

We are voters from all political parties and affiliations and are convinced that Ron Paul has the best chance to win the presidency in November. By signing this petition, you are publicly stating that you will only support Congressman Ron Paul for the 2012 Republican Party nominee for President of the United States.

Recent signatures

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    1. Reached 2,500 signatures
    2. 1,000 Signatures Reached!

      Mark McLachlan
      Petition Organizer

      Liberty lovers, we've reached 1,000 signatures in under 48 hours. What a loud and bold statement that is! Remember, the continuing success of this petition relies on you. Share the link to this page via e-mail, Facebook, Twitter, or whatever you can think of!

      "Let it not be said that we did nothing." -Ron Paul

    3. Reached 1,000 signatures
    4. 100 Signatures Reached!

      Mark McLachlan
      Petition Organizer

      Great news, everyone! The petition hasn't even been up for more than 2 hours and we've already reached our first 100 signatures. This is a testament to just how tangible and passionate this movement is. The momentum that we clearly have will only increase exponentially from here, but it depends on each of us taking the initiative to spread awareness about this. Take a moment to share this petition with those you know who love liberty, too!

    5. Reached 100 signatures

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    Reasons for signing

    • shawn main SPOKANE, WA
      • about 2 years ago

      Why is this important to you?to save whats left of our freedom, money, healthy food to eliminate the federal reserve,monsanto, chem. trails, dept of education . to bring our troops home get national debt under control , make use of hemp & so on

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    • shawn main SPOKANE, WA
      • about 2 years ago

      to save whats left of our freedom, money, healthy food. to eliminate the federal reserve,monsanto, chem. trails, dept of education . to bring our troops home get national debt under control , make use of hemp & so on

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    • Doreen Campbell PEMBROKE PINES, FL
      • about 2 years ago

      The party will lose All credibility and enough members to hand Obama the election if they let the bullying and lies be the way they choose their candidate. In 4 years, there will be no Republican Party, if you don't let The People participate, let the Grassroots that is the Way we were Founded as a Nation, Have a Voice and a Part in Choosing our President.

      The people can No Longer Tolerate Tyranny and the Illusion of a choice when Clearly the same Banksters Back Both of the "main" party's Bought candidates who are in place by the Elite and Not by the People!

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    • denise tanella STATEN ISLAND, NY
      • about 2 years ago

      tired of all these crooks and liars in politics!

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    • Robert Blanton YPSILANTI, MI
      • about 2 years ago

      FREEDOM!!!!

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