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Rand Paul wins the CPAC straw poll with 25.7%, but Scott Walker gets a "closer-that-expected" 21.4%.

3rd and 4th places are far back Ted Cruz, 11.5%, and Ben Carson, 11.4%. Jeb Bush is 5th, and perhaps 8.3% feels good enough to him. Although some CPAC members applauded Bush's call for "reform" conservatism, others described the former Florida governor as a dreaded RINO — Republican In Name Only. Show More Summary

Rand Paul Wins CPAC 2015 Straw Poll

11 hours agoLGBT / Gay : Joe. My. God.

This is the third win in a row for Rand Paul. Romney won in 2012. Rand Paul's father won in 2011 and 2010. To recap the last six years: Paul, Paul, Paul, Romney, Paul, Paul. And speaking of not wanting dynasties, all day long the Tea People have been screaming about reports that Jeb Bush bussed in supporters to freep the straw poll. Show More Summary

Rand Paul Wins the CPAC 2015 Straw Poll

As I predicted yesterday, won the 2015 CPAC Straw poll for the third time in a row: – 26% Scott Walker – 21% – 17% Ben Carson – 11% Jeb Bush – 8% – 4% Donald Trump – 3.5% Chris Christie – 2.8% Bobby Jindal – 0.9% Sarah Palin – 0.8% Mike...Show More Summary

Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll

Senator Rand Paul won a straw poll of conservative activists on Saturday, giving his potential bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 a boost, and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker came in second. The results were Paul at 25.7 percent, Walker at 21.4 and Texas Senator Ted Cruz with 11.5. Mitt Romney won the straw poll in 2012.

Sen. Rand Paul wins conservative CPAC straw poll - again

Sen. Rand Paul was the top choice of conservatives in a straw poll for potential Republican presidential contenders at an annual conservative conference near Washington.

Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll Again

Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) “won the straw poll at this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference — his third such victory in a row,”  Politico reports. “But Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker came in a strong second, reflecting his rising popularity among [...] The post Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll Again appeared first on Political Wire.

Rand Paul Wins 2015 CPAC Straw Poll

12 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul (R) won the straw poll vote at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday. This is the third year in a row that the senator has won the straw poll at the conservative conference. CPAC attendees have the opportunity to vote on their favored candidate for the Republican nomination for president. Show More Summary

Three-peat: Rand Paul Wins 3rd Consecutive CPAC Straw Poll, But Scott Walker Is Hot on His Heels

Ronald Reagan, Jack Kemp, Mitt Romney, Rand Paul. After this weekend, that’s the list of Republicans who have won straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference three years in a row. The Kentucky senator beat out Wisconsin...Show More Summary

Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul won the Conservative Political Action Conference’s straw poll for the third year in a row Saturday, while Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker placed second, reflecting his surging popularity.

Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll, with Scott Walker a close second

13 hours agoHealth : The Checkup

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) took the top spot for the third year in a row at Saturday’s Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll, edging out Gov. Scott Walker (R-Wis.) in the last CPAC presidential preference contest before primary voting begins.Read full article >>

Rand Paul wins CPAC straw poll

The Kentucky senator is voted the top GOP candidate for the third consecutive year.

Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll

Sen. Rand Paul, Ky., won the Conservative Political Action Conference presidential straw poll.

Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll, Scott Walker Takes Second

Sen. Rand Paul won the Conservative Political Action Conference for the third year in a row, but the real action was in second place, where Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker took the honors. Paul’s victory, with 26% percent of the vote, was widely expected due to the throngs of young, libertarian-minded attendees. (He won 25% of…

How Rand Paul can win the 2016 presidential nomination

Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) recently reinforced his emerging status as a legit 2016 contender, electrifying the base at the Conservative Political Action Conference and for the second time winning the CPAC straw poll. And like another freshman...Show More Summary

Rand Paul Slams He Who Must Not Be Named (Ted Cruz)

12 months agoNews : Truthdig

Sen. Rand Paul addresses the 2014 CPAC conference. Photo by Gage Skidmore (CC-BY-SA) Fresh of a big straw poll win at the CPAC conference, Rand Paul has a new op-ed taking aim without mentioning names at second-place finisher and fellow conservative heartthrob Sen. Show More Summary

A.M. Links: Malaysia Flight Vanishes Without Trace, Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll, Family Hospitalized After Eating LSD-Tainted Meat

12 months agoNews : Reason

Malaysia Flight MH370 went missing en route to Beijing over the weekend. Two of the passengers were reportedly on stolen EU passports, and police in Malaysia say they’ve identified one of those passengers. No race of the plane has been...Show More Summary

Rand Paul Wins Straw Poll at Conservative CPAC Event, Ted Cruz Second

Rand Paul, the pro-life Republican senator from Kentucky finished in first place in the weekend star poll held at CPAC, a national conference for conservative activists. Ted Cruz finished in second place. The CPAC conference is often dominated by conservatives with more libertarian viewpoints as well as college students and young adults who tend to, […]

Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll

This is the second straight year the Kentucky senator has won the CPAC straw poll of potential presidential candidates. The first term senator won 31 percent of the vote, ahead of second-place finisher Texas GOP Sen. Ted Cruz who took 11 percent. They were among a crowded field of hopefuls on the ballot at the […]

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