Ron Paul Wins California GOP Straw Poll
September 18, 2011
Los Angeles – Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul won a California GOP straw poll Saturday night, The Sacramento Bee reported.
The Texas congressman picked up just under 45 percent of the 833 ballots cast at the state party convention in downtown Los Angeles.
Texas Gov. Rick , the so-called frontrunner in the nomination battle, came in second with 29 percent of the vote.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney was a distant third with nine percent of the votes cast, while Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann came in fourth with 7.7 percent.
No other candidate polled more than two percent of the vote.
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