It’s Now Official*
*(Or is it?)
Mitt Romney won Texas last night which gives him enough delegates to clinch the Republican nomination. There is one problem with this assumption: Delegates are not obligated to vote for the candidate to whom they are assigned. This is not the case. In fact many of delegates Mitt Romney “won” are really Ron Paul supporters.
This brings me to the next stage of my campaign. New Jersey and California are among the states yet to hold their primaries or caucuses. If you are a Republican or Democrat, feel free to vote for the candidate of your choice if you also get to vote for delegates. If you also get to vote for delegates in New Jersey, write in “Ahmnodt Heare” as a delegate in the party of your choice. If you live in California (or another state who hasn’t voted yet) and you are an Ahmnodt Heare supporter, feel free to write your name in. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and I will spread the word that you are a delegate for the Ahmnodt Heare campaign.
My next plan of action will be to talk to the delegates who are already assigned and persuade them to vote for me at the convention. If my plan works, I will be the Republican AND the Democratic candidate. If I can get on the ballot as the Republican and Democratic candidate, then you won’t have to learn how to spell “Ahmnodt Heare.”
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