Though he has greatly increased the amount of votes he received in each state from 2008, Ron Paul placed third, behind Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum, in , and came in fourth in Arizona.
According to the Huffington Post, the Texas congressman now sits fourth overall in total delegates with 19 – behind Romney's 163, Santorum's 83 and Newt Gingrich's 32, though Paul has said he is second in "absolute" delegates.
He started strong, but he has yet to triumph in a primary or caucus – he took runner-up in the Maine, a state .
Still, Paul has said his is resonating with voters, and there are still more than 2000 delegates still up for grabs, with 1144 needed to win the GOP nomination. With Super Tuesday (10 states and 437 delegates) now less than a week away, the time for the GOP race's lone armed service veteran to make his move is now, and we here at Patch want to know ... Can Ron Paul still win the presidential nomination?
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