Sunday, September 22, 2013

Rand Paul Touts Michigan Poll Win

Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul hailed his victory in this weekend’s Michigan GOP presidential straw poll as a win for a younger generation of Republicans, highlighting his cross-generational appeal on issues such as criminal justice and drug reform.

Paul handily won the 2016 straw poll with 36 percent of ballots cast at the biennial Republican conference. The runner-up was New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, at 18 percent, followed by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush at 8 percent and Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker, Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz at 7 percent each, according to


  1. It's a win for the postmillennialists who are gaining increasing influence in the GOP.

    1. What does this have to do with postmills?

  2. Rand already has early states Iowa and Michigan locked up.