(“Ron Paul thinks he could win Idaho, North Dakota and Alaska on Super Tuesday.”) Super Tuesday: Ron Paul’s parallel campaign
The Texas congressman will be on the ballot in all 10 states today, but he’s focused his resources on three with caucuses — “fertile political fields,” he calls them — where low turnout could give his motivated supporters greater influence.
“Those three are our three best chances, so that’s why we’re spending a lot of time there,” he said here Monday afternoon as he left a rally that drew 2,200 to the University of Idaho’s basketball stadium. “They’re all pretty close.” (See also: 2012 delegate tracker.)
Paul spent Sunday in Alaska, campaigning in Fairbanks and Anchorage. In addition to three Monday rallies around Idaho, he’ll hold a fourth event Tuesday morning outside Boise. Then he flies to Fargo, N.D., where he’ll spend Super Tuesday night — suggesting the campaign thinks they have their best chance to win there.
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