Reporting from New Hampshire, Senior Editor Brian Doherty details how the Ron Paul campaign and its army of enthusiastic young volunteers propelled the Texas congressman into a solid second place finish on Tuesday night with a stronger-than-expected 23 percent of the primary vote. As Doherty explains, Paul’s Tea Party bona fides and his longstanding principled objections to the warfare-welfare state place him in an excellent position to face off against GOP frontrunner Mitt Romney in a two-man race for the Republican nomination.
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