Brian Doherty on Ron Paul's Campaign in the Wake of Super Tuesday


After Super Tuesday, it's officially official: Ron Paul won't go into Tampa with enough delegates to win the presidential nomination. Still, because of the unbound nature of 197 extant delegates from caucus states, and his campaign's diligent efforts to ensure that their people rise through the convoluted GOP state convention process, it's likely that Paul has many more committed delegates in hand than the media counts. This raises speculations about a brokered convention. And as Senior Editor Brian Doherty reports, as far as Paul himself, his campaign, and many of his grassroots supporters are concerned, it ain't over.