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Wait, Wasn't There an Elf in This Campaign, or Am I Thinking of Dennis Kucinich?

The New York Times did a great pre-post-mortem of what happened—or what didn't happen—with the Ron Paul campaign: Even Mr. Paul cannot entirely explain why the passion he generated, especially among young people and those his campaign identified as motivated supporters, did not translate into more votes. “I don’t have a full answer for that,” says Mr. Paul, who says he believes ballot irregularities have chipped into his numbers in some places.
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