This news from Ben Swann could mix things up at the RNC, but don’t expect the mainstream to report on it. It looks like Ron Paul may have a solid chance to be placed in nomination at the convention. If Paul and Romney end up debating issues head-to-head, it will likely be the best thing that has happened to the Paul campaign and could seal the deal in his favor.

Reported via Swann’s Facebook:

3 FACTS ABOUT A CANDIDATES NAME BEING PLACED INTO NOMINATION AT THE REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION!

I have been in touch with a member of the RNC Rules committee over the past 4 days and have been able to confirm a few FACTS about the nomination process.

1. For a candidate’s name to be placed into nomination at the RNC you DO need a plurality of delegates from 5 states.

2. Binding and Non-binding distinctions DO NOT have an affect on nominating a candidates name. If “binding” is allowable by rule, (it is not) it would only pertain to a vote taken on the nomination, not the process of placing a name in nomination.

3. The Ron Paul campaign HAS the majority of delegates in the following 5 states: Nevada, Maine, Minnesota, Louisana, Iowa. He MAY have the majority in Massachusetts and Colorado

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