Denouement for the saga of the 2008 Nevada Republican convention? Not so fast, says Robert Holloway.
He’s the Ron Paul fan who is still mad at former GOP chairwoman Sue Lowden for the abrupt ending of the convention, an ending that came before Paul supporters got the chance to count up votes they say would show they deserved more delegate spots at the national convention.
Holloway, who recently started a political action committee to oppose Lowden’s candidacy for U.S. Senate, sent out another press release over the weekend.
The press release detailed the counting of long uncounted ballots from the convention that had been locked away in the Peppermill resort in Reno.
Here’s a highlight: "Sue Lowden was chairperson of the state party at the time of the convention and therefore responsible but there is evidence that she not only permitted the improper ending of the convention and election but that she was a central figure in ordering the disruption of the election and the ending of the convention."