Ronnie Paul will visit Hawaii to campaign for his father, Congressman Ron Paul, R-Texas, who is a Republican candidate for President.
Ronnie is Ron Paul’s oldest son of five children. He will be in the islands March 9 through 13 with Ron Paul 2012 Campaign Manager John Tate just before the state’s Republican Caucus, which is set for Tuesday, March 13, from 6 p.m. to
The caucus is expected to energize Hawaii Republicans, who for the first time in history, will be voting for their Republican Presidential nominee.
Besides Ron Paul, candidates on the ballot include Newt Gingrich, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum.
On the party web site, Hawaii’s GOP said March 13 voting sites are set up for every 51 State House Districts as well as on the neighbor islands of Molokai, Lanai, and Hana, Maui, “so that every Republican in the state will be able to participate.” They are organized as a Party-run Primary Election at the following locations: HERE.
To participate, voters must show a photo ID and either register as a Republican or have a Hawaii Republican Party card already in their possession.
The more votes the candidates receive, the more delegates they will be able to send to the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Florida.
More on the web:
Complete Caucus rules Sections 214-216.
Presidential Campaign Links: