Republican 2016 Presidential Primaries

Ted Cruz: Delegate Battle for Nomination Now a Two-Man Race

Republican candidate and Texas Ted Cruz told supporters in Houston this is now a tw0-man race for the nomination. The senator began the day of this major primary just 90 delegates behind GOP front-runner Donald Trump. After Tuesday night, he found himself with an estimated 36 of the 301 delegates at stake on election day.

Ted Cruz at Houston Rally 3-15-16

Rubio Affirms He’ll End Obama’s Executive Amnesty; Univision Interview Mistranslated

In a Spanish language interview with Jorge Ramos on Univision’s Al Punto show, Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) discussed immigration policy, affirming his longstanding objection to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) and Deferred Action for Parents of Americans and Lawful Permanent Residents (DAPA) programs. Part of the Ramos interview with Rubio aired on Wednesday and the full interview is scheduled to air on Sunday.

Marco Rubio

Rick Perry Slams Obama and Congress on ‘Failing’ Foreign Policy

Former Texas Governor Rick Perry, currently preparing for a second presidential campaign, had a hard-hitting op-ed in the New Hampshire Union Leader on Friday, with a sharp critique of America’s current foreign policy aimed not just at President Barack Obama, but at Congressional leaders from both parties.

Rick Perry

Ted Cruz: ‘Imagine a President…’

Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) made his official speech announcing he was running for President in 2016 on Monday at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia. His speech focused on the “promise of America” and asked listeners to “imagine” events in the past — both from his own family’s history and the nation’s — and to imagine a bright future for America, restored to the great “shining city on a hill.”

Ted Cruz Announcement

Texas Grassroots Cheer News of Ted Cruz’s Presidential Campaign

Grassroots conservatives across Texas are cheering the news that Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) will announce that he is running for President in 2016 on Monday. The news was especially welcomed by many activists who have supported Cruz for years, long before he became a household name.

The Associated Press