Sports Odds » Politics » CPAC says Ron Paul 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate

CPAC says Ron Paul 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate

by Steve Hastings on Sunday, February 21st, 2010

CPAC says Ron Paul 2012 Republican Presidential Candidate: With so much speculation about former Alaska governor Sarah Palin becoming the GOP’s next presidential candidate, it’s Texas congressman Ron Paul that conservatives want to see run for President in 2012. According to the Conservative Political Action Conference’s annual straw poll, Paul beat out Mitt Romney, who has had a stranglehold on this position for three years by taking 31 percent of the votes.

The former Massachusetts governor finished second in the CPAC poll with 22% of the votes and Sarah Palin, who didn’t attend, finished third a distant third (7%). Despite these recent discoveries, 2010 Republican Party Presidential Nominations Betting Odds makers around the world aren’t giving Ron Paul [+2000 ML] much of a shot, as he currently possess the absolute worst sports betting odds in that category. Paul is tied with Jeb Bush [+2000 ML] and John McCain [+2000 ML].

"Congressman Paul is committed to bringing the conservative movement back to its traditional platform of limited government, balanced budgets and a foreign policy of nonintervention," said Paul spokesman Jesse Benton.

In case you were wondering, the current sports betting odds favorites to win the 2010 Republican Party Presidential Nomination are: Sarah Palin [+350 ML], Mitt Romney [+400 ML], and Mike Huckabee [+500 ML]. As far as 2012 US Presidential Election – Who will be the 2012 USA President, here are the current frontrunners:

Barack Obama [-125 ML]

Sarah Palin [+1000 ML]

Mitt Romney [+1200 ML]

Joe Biden [+1500 ML]

Get a 50% Deposit Bonus & $25 Free Bet at Sportsbook.com, simply use promo code WIN100 and start winning today!

Copyright 2007 - 2014 © Sports Odds
Information contained in this Web site is intended for recreational purposes only. Access to information contained in this Web site is void where prohibited.