What to make of Ron Paul's strong showing in Pennsylvania?
John McCain received 73 percent (586,285) of the vote in Tuesday's GOP primary in Pennsylvania. Mike Huckabee, who dropped out of the race weeks ago but still had his name on the ballot, attracted 91,330 votes, or 11 percent of the total.
The real surprise was Ron Paul, who picked up 128,319 votes or 16 percent of the Republican vote total in Pennsylvania.
I don't recall Ron Paul campaigning in Pennsylvania. The Texas Congressman has a loyal following.
Maybe McCain should consider Ron Paul for vice president.
On a more serious note, Lowman Henry believes the anti-McCain vote in Pennsylvania is significant. Read his post at Lincoln Blog