Paul will be the favored to win because of all the candidates, he has concentrated the most time and money on this state and has already gathered an army of supporters.
The GOP is making clear it won't let libertarians speak at the RNC. But sidelining this demographic means the GOP is sidelining one of it’s biggest assets in election 2012.
Still, enthusiasm is low. Less than 1 in 5 are likely to vote in the primary.
One California resident says Romney does not stand a chance against Obama, only Ron Paul does.
Mitt Romney may win Tuesday's Michigan and Arizona primary against Rick Santorum, but there's only one candidate who leads President Barack Obama in a head-to-head survey in November: Ron Paul.
Ron Paul, through sheer perseverance, has guaranteed himself at least half of the delegates from Iowa and Minnesota.
The mood about Paul is one of love or hate. There is no in between.
Local media and even the state GOP seem to be excluding Paul and his supporters from the primary.