Sunday, January 6, 2008

Houston Chronicle, United States - 42 minutes ago
The decision by Fox to limit participation in the forum infuriated Paul supporters and even drew the ire of the New Hampshire Republican Party, ...
NH GOP saves face by dropping Fox debate after Ron Paul left behind Online Gambling Paper
Ron Paul to Host Televised Townhall with Undecided New Hampshire ... Reuters
FOX News Excludes Paul from Debate; NH GOP Backs Out; Paul Says ... OpEdNews
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Security is tight as Ron Paul supporters prepare to protest FOX ...
Boston Globe, United States - 2 hours ago
MANCHESTER, NH -- Security is tight around the site for tonight's Fox News Channel Republican forum at St. Anselm College. The forum will feature five ...

ABC's Z. Byron Wolf reports from Nashua, N.H.: Ron Paul does not have a security detail. The closest thing is a retired customs inspector who acts as Paul's driver and body man on the road. So, it was... [continue]

ABC's Z. Byron Wolf reports from Manchester, N.H.: Being spurned by Fox News and excluded from their forum tonight may be the best thing that ever happened to the Ron Paul campaign. He will appear... [continue]

AlterNet, CA - Jan 4, 2008
Fox News is not allowing Rep. Paul to participate in the January 6th forum in New Hampshire. Over eggs and toast yesterday morning, team DoubleSpeak decided ...

Disgraced ex-GOP consultant Allen Raymond reveals his secrets and dirty tricks.

Ron Paul 3rd Place in NH

The latest Rasmussen Reports telephone survey in New Hampshire shows Ron Paul in a tie for 3rd with Mike Huckabee.

The survey was conducted on Friday night and Saturday afternoon. All interviews were conducted after the Iowa caucuses and before last night's debate.

Rasmussen Reports will continue to poll in New Hampshire each day until the Primary and report results on a two-day rolling average basis.

The current poll shows Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul each earning 11% of the vote with Rudy Giuliani close behind at 9%. Fred Thompson earns 4%, some other candidate attracts 2%, and 3% are not sure.


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