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Bob Dole Endorses Rubio: ‘He Wants to Grow the Party,’ Unlike Cruz

Monday in an interview for ABC News’ podcast “Powerhouse Politics” with Jonathan Karl and Rick Klein, 1996 Republican presidential nominee former Sen. Bob Dole (R-KS) said he was supporting Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) in the 2016 presidential race now that former

US House of Representatives Budget Committee Chairman John Kasich (C) shows a thank you note in the form of a check to Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich (L) and Senate Majority Leader Robert Dole (R) 17 November in Washington. The note was given to him by students as thanks …

Bob Dole Endorses Marco Rubio; Snubs John Kasich

Retired Sen. Bob Dole is endorsing Sen. Marco Rubio now that Dole’s first choice, Jeb Bush, has exited the race. “As much as I love John Kasich, you know, Rubio is probably a better candidate. And he’s young,” Dole said. “He wants to grow the party as opposed to Cruz — I don’t know what he wants to grow.”

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Bob Dole: Ted Cruz Is a RINO — He’s a Republican in Name Only’

Sunday on a special edition of Fox News Channel’s “Your World,” former Sen. Bob Dole (R-KS), the 1996 Republican presidential nominee, criticized Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), a candidate for the 2016 Republican nomination, on the eve of the Iowa Caucuses.

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Marco Rubio, Hillary Clinton Nab Des Moines Register Endorsement

In a little more than a week, voters in Iowa will tip off the actual voting in the Presidential primary contests. Ahead of the historic caucuses, the state’s largest paper, the Des Moines Register, endorsed Sen. Marco Rubio for the Republican nomination and Hillary Clinton in the Democrat contest.

Republican presidential candidate Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) speaks at the Growth and Opportunity Party, at the Iowa State Fair October 31, 2015 in Des Moines, Iowa. With just 93 days before the Iowa caucuses Republican hopefuls are trying to shore up support amongst the party.

With Lindsey Graham Out – Where Will John McCain Turn in 2016?

“With Senator Lindsey Graham’s announcement, Republicans lost our most qualified, thoughtful, fearless and honest presidential candidate, not to mention the candidate with the best (and it seemed sometimes the only) sense of humor,” McCain said in a statement after Graham’s announcement, lamenting that the “bifurcated debate structure” kept the South Carolina senator from reaching a wider audience.