Adam L. Silverman, PhD*
There is two sets of very different news about Congressman Paul's run for the Republican nomination making the rounds right now. The first comes to us from Maine, where it appears the Maine Republican Party may have rigged that state's caucuses. What seems to have happened is that they zeroed out votes in places where Governor Romney did NOT or was NOT winning and as a result he won the state by 194 votes. Brad Friedman, who has been all over every report of possible voting irregularity for as long as I can remember, also has all the coverage on this one. He also has coverage over the mess in Iowa too!
The second piece of interesting Congressman Paul for President news is his campaign's strategy for actually gathering up delegates to the GOP nominating convention in Tampa this summer. Basically the Paul Campaign has been quietly rolling up delegates while no one was looking.
*Adam L. Silverman is the Culture and Foreign Language Advisor at the US Army War College (USAWC). The views expressed here are his own and do not necessarily reflect those of USAWC and/or the US Army.