Ron Paul wins Values Voter straw poll

· United States

Washington (CNN) – GOP presidential candidate Ron Paul secured yet another straw poll victory Saturday.

The Texas congressman won 37% of the poll at the Values Voter Summit in Washington, sponsored by the Family Research Council, a social conservative group.

However, not all of those who voted for Paul in the straw poll were necessarily participants in the summit. Family Research Council president Tony Perkins said 600 attendees registered just for Saturday. Paul ended up winning with 732 votes.

Paul has won a handful of straw polls this year, including contests held in California and South Carolina, in addition to a straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference in February.

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  1. Amtul Q Farhat

    VVSP as I understand has made wrong predictions in the past.

  2. Zia H. Shah

    Ron Paul may not win but every endorsement for him, is a good omen in some sense, as he is the most honest and principled candidate in the race this time.

  3. Naeem Ahmad

    Ron Paul shows integrity and honest opinions about the American foreign policies and reasons for Muslims turn into extremists and retaliatory manners.

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