Presidential Candidates Coming To Wisconsin

Here are a couple of upcoming events that people may be interested in attending…

Presidential candidate Ron Paul will speak at the Stock Pavilion at 7:00 PM on Thursday, March 29, 2012 at UW- Madison for a town hall meeting.  While you don’t need to pre-register to get in, if you sign up here now, you can enter the venue early at 6:00 PM, 30 minutes prior to the general public.  Doors open to everyone at 6:30 PM — walk-ups are welcome.  Here is the link:

Presidential Kick Off by the Wisconsin Faith & Freedom Coalition, will be held at the Country Springs Hotel on Saturday, March 31st in Waukesha, WI from 10:00 AM-12:00. Hear from CONFIRMED speakers Governor Mitt Romney, Senator Rick Santorum, and Speaker Newt Gingrich.  Other invited speakers include Rep. Ron Paul, Gov. Scott Walker, Sen. Ron Johnson, Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch, Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen, Rep. Paul Ryan, Rep. Sean Duffy, Rep. Jim Sensenbrenner, Rep. Tom Petri, and Rep. Reid Ribble.  For more information, visit

Ron Paul poll shocker: He beats Obama head-to-head

From The Christian Science Monitor:

How about this for a poll shocker: While everybody in US politics has been preoccupied with the Michigan primary, Ron Paul has sneaked up on President Obama and for the first time leads the incumbent in a head-to-head survey.

That’s right, leads – as in, ahead of, out front, winning, and so forth. According to a Rasmussen Reports poll released Tuesday, at the moment Representative Paul bests Mr. Obama in a head-to-head matchup by 43 to 41 percent.

The same poll has Mitt Romney tied with Obama, at 44 percent each. Rick Santorum is three points behind the president, according to Rasmussen, and Newt Gingrich is 10 points behind.

Wow. Paul is outperforming all the other GOP candidates, by this measure. His campaign is spinning this as evidence he’s the most electable of all.

“In order to win back the White House, Republicans must nominate a consistent candidate that offers something besides the status quo. Ron Paul is that candidate,” said national campaign chairman Jesse Benton in a statement on the Rasmussen results.

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