Ron Paul can win the Election if his grassroots supporters continue to build upon their momentum and use their energy with eagle eye focus.
List of Primaries by Date and Delegate Total: http://www.ronpaulforums.com/showthread.php?330516-How-Ron-Paul-Wins-the-Nomination-%28full-nomination-schedule-delegate-s-and-analysis%29
Stage 1: Early States
Now – February 4
*Green = Nevada, Purple = Iowa, Blue = Florida, White = South Carolina, Red = New Hampshire
The first step, and what every activist should be focusing on, is the first five primary states. This includes Iowa, New Hampshire, South Carolina, Florida and Nevada. I have broken the country up to five regions to share an idea about how to make this work. It is important to get feet on the ground in these states in order to do canvasing, voter registration, sign bombs, meet-ups, recruiting, training, etc.
The following article contains a strategy for winning in Iowa:
Aside from Phone Banking which can be done from anywhere in the country, Canvasing is the most important effort to be done. If you are able to make it out to one of these states for an extended period of time, do so, if you can only make it up for a weekend or two, do that. Do what you can.
The best resource for Door-to-Door Canvasing is the new Ron Paul Super Brochure:
How to Get Involved in an Early Primary State
Step 1: Sign Up to Meet-Up and Join every meet-up in that State.
Step 2: Schedule a meeting, or RSVP to one, that coincides with your arrival/stay.
Stage 2: Your State
February 5 – March 6
After the Nevada Primary everyone should take what they have learned from Stage 1 and apply that to their state. If you live in one of the five early primary states start to travel out to your surrounding region to help out. Use the same resources listed above for Stage 1.
Stage 3: California
March 7 – June 5
Now it is time to make sure Ron Paul wins California. If your state has already held its Primary start making a trip out to California, perhaps stopping through other states that have yet to hold their Primary. If you live in a State that has not held it’s Primary stay home and continue to work. Once you have voted head out west.
Why This Strategy?
It appears that Ron Paul will be able to establish himself of one of the Top 3 Candidates if he can have a strong showing in the month of January. Iowa will be an important contest. A conservative goal would be to win Iowa, take second in New Hampshire and Nevada, and third in South Carolina and Florida. This will dwindle the field down to three candidates; Romney, Paul and a Third (Cain or Gingrich).
With the contest down to three candidates, Paul will be able to start winning a fair share of states moving forward. This is where the field will be taken down to two candidates, most likely Paul and Romney. California will be a huge win to solidify Paul as the Nominee after a drawn-out Primary Season. Only Ohio and Utah follow California (and the other Primaries held on the same day). Utah will no doubt go to Romney, and Ohio will be up for grabs.