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Which Candidate Will Win the Iowa Caucus?
Newt Gingrich 10.58% (2,863 votes)

Mitt Romney 5.39% (1,460 votes)

Ron Paul 78.02% (21,121 votes)

Michele Bachmann 2.17% (587 votes)

Rick Santorum 0.61% (165 votes)

Rick Perry 0.89% (241 votes)

Jon Huntsman 2.34% (634 votes)

Total Votes: 27,071
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Ron Paul is headed to the ‘Tonight Show with Jay Leno’
The State Column | Staff | Wednesday, December 14, 2011

Ron Paul (R-TX), a candidate for the Republican presidential nomination, is headed to the “Tonight Show with Jay Leno” on December 16th. Mr. Paul will be visiting with Mr. Leno on the same night as his “Tea Party” money bomb.

Mr. Paul is not the first GOP candidate to appear on NBC’s “Tonight Show.” Pizza baron Herman Cain, who recently suspended his campaign due to numerous allegations of sexual impunity against him, visited the “Tonight Show” to discuss his comments about Muslims.

President Barack Obama also stopped by the “Tonight Show” in October to discuss the death of Libyan leader Moammar Gadhafi and the negative reaction to his troop withdrawal announcement.

Mr. Paul and Mr. Leno will not be short on subject material as the Texas congressman just stunned political pundits by pulling even with former House Speaker Newt Gingrich in the latest Public Policy Polling poll of Iowa GOP caucus voters. Mr. Paul garnered 21 percent of the votes, while Mr. Gingrich pulled in 22 percent of the votes. Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney, who typically puts up a fight for second place, earned third place with 16 percent of the votes.

Mr. Paul’s supporters have organized the Texas congressman’s latest money bomb in an attempt to replicate the success of the December 16th 2007 money bomb. On that date, the Texas congressman raised more than $6 million in one day. While it is unclear whether Mr. Paul will pitch his latest money bomb on the “Tonight Show,” the Texas congressman’s appearance is likely to raise Mr. Leno’s ratings in the young adult demographic.

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