Friday, April 20, 2012

Ron Paul Campaign Nets Almost $10.4 million in Q1

The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential campaign announced today that it raised nearly $10.4 million in the first fundraising quarter of 2012, providing it with ample resources to sustain a 50-state race against establishment-choice Mitt Romney.

The Paul campaign has zero debt.

"Total contributions of $10.4 million in Q1, including details such as $1.8 million cash on hand and more money bomb cash in the pipeline, amounts to excellent news as these resources fuel our effective delegate-attainment strategy. These ample funds also will help us compete even harder in Texas, where Ron Paul is the only Texan, veteran, and authentic conservative running," said Ron Paul 2012 National Campaign Chairman Jesse Benton.


  1. The Ron Paul Movement is like a powerful tsunami making its way to shore.

    It is undetectable to the average American...When they look at the sea, they only the calm establishment waters. And the media does it's part to keep it that way.

    But the tsunami of libertarian ideas is coming...and there's nothing more powerful than an idea whose time has come.

  2. Awesome, they continue to take money pushing a (delegate) strategy that even Rand Paul said is ultimately not going to work. Keep those money bombs coming!

    1. Please go drink some more KoolAid. Ron Paul supporters would NOT chose the lesser of two evils.

    2. They certainly don't have to...they could just not vote if Ron Paul is not on the ballot.

      I just find it odd that multiple times a week before the latest money bomb the campaign sent e-mails hyping their delegate strategy (after Santorum had dropped out) while almost simultaneously Rand Paul goes on the Alex Jones show and says that Mitt Romney will pretty much be the nominee.