Indianapolis, If Ted Cruz is to win his make-or-break primary here, he’ll have to do it without an ally he’s had in major victories over Donald Trump before: Conservative talk radio. The resistance to Trump among right-wing talkers was one of the most powerful tools in Cruz’s arsenal in his win in Indiana’s northern Midwestern
Rebecca Berg, With support for candidates calcifying in many of the upcoming states on the Republican primary calendar, there are few true battlegrounds left that could swing the outcome of the race, either handing the GOP nomination to Donald Trump or stopping him in his tracks. Indiana, which votes May 3, is one of them.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton have double-digit leads in the race for their party’s nominations in New York. Trump’s advantage is widespread in the Republican contest. A new Fox News poll finds he leads among men, women, every age group, every income group, and among those with a college degree and those without. Clinton’s the
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz apparently just picked up a critical win in Tuesday’s Wisconsin primary. Multiple outlets projected soon after polls closed that Cruz would defeat GOP frontrunner Donald Trump. Trump had repeatedly predicted that he would defeat Cruz in Wisconsin despite polls suggesting otherwise. Cruz’s win is especially important because it makes it
Voters are heading to the polls today in Wisconsin, and 42 delegates are up for grabs as conservative businessman Donald J. Trump, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), and Ohio Governor John Kasich battle it out. Wisconsin is an open primary, which favors Donald Trump, who has a unique ability attracts voters who don’t typically vote for Republicans.
Monday, Trump suggested he might even win Wisconsin—something that was unthinkable just a couple days ago, as everyone thought Cruz would take the Badger State thanks to the endorsement he got from Gov. Scott Walker. Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has taken a 10-point lead over in Wisconsin in the final hours before the critical primary
Matthew Boyle, Billionaire businessman Donald Trump has taken a 10-point lead over Tred Cruz in Wisconsin in the final hours before the critical primary on Tuesday, a new poll released on Monday afternoon shows. The bombshell new polling data, from American Research Group (ARG), show Trump’s 42 percent towering over Cruz’s 32 percent in the Badger
Kurt Nimmo | Infowars Story may destroy Cruz’s five point lead over Trump in the Badger State. The corporate media is finally following the Ted Cruz sex scandal. Infowars reported on the story last week. The candidate’s phone number is reportedly included in the D.C. madam’s “black book” of clients from the 1990s. Cruz married