Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Short of Campaign Funds May End Ron Paul Prez Bid



The GOP primary is getting heated. Campaign donation is critically needed. Of the 4 GOP candidate, Ron Paul is in trouble. Since he hasn't won a primary, Ron Paul will have a very difficult time convincing voters on the upcoming GOP primaries. If Ron Paul's Super PAC is unable to get more campaign contributions, he may be the next victim to get out of the presidential race.

(Politico) The main super PAC supporting Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul is reassessing its heavy financial support of the Texas congressman following his disappointing Super Tuesday performance, an official confirmed to POLITICO.

If Endorse Liberty scales back funding, the move could be yet another blow to Paul, who has yet to win a single presidential primary or caucus contest.
Paul logged underwhelming performances in the Super Tuesday caucus states of North Dakota and Alaska, which he considered his best shots at victory.

But Endorse Liberty, unlike some presidential candidate-specific super PACs such as the pro-Mitt Romney Restore Our Future outfit, has been running thin on available cash: Through January, it reported less than $61,000 on hand.