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Carly Fiorina becomes Ted Cruz's running mate

April 27, 2016
Sen. Ted Cruz announced Wednesday that former presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina would be his vice presidential running mate, if he were to win the Republican nomination.

Mitt Romney Says He’ll Vote for Ted Cruz in Utah Caucuses

Beth Reinhard | The Wall Street Journal
March 19, 2016
2012 GOP nominee says Cruz victories would help deny Trump the nomination

Presidential candidates offer dark visions to anxious voters

Lisa Lerer | AP
March 12, 2016
In back-to-back debates just miles apart, Democrats and Republicans painted a dark vision of America, a place where jobs are vanishing, leaders are corrupt and threats loom from across the globe.

Ted Cruz calls on other Republicans to consider dropping out after Super Tuesday

March 1, 2016
Ted Cruz won two Super Tuesday states and is the only Republican to beat Donald Trump in any state so far. During a speech in Texas, Cruz called on the other Republican candidates to consider dropping out of the race. "We are blessed with a deep, talented honorable field," Cruz said. " For the candidates who have not yet won a state, who have not racked up significant delegates, I ask you to prayerfully consider our coming together, uniting."

The attack on Fortress Trump begins

Dan Balz | The Washington Post
February 26, 2016
Three weeks after being pummeled on a debate stage in New Hampshire, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida showed Thursday night that he had learned his lesson, launching repeated and aggressive attacks on front-runner Donald Trump in the hope of slowing the New York businessman’s march to the nomination.

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February 7, 2016
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Sad to see Martin O'Malley go... Great resume, accomplishments, presentation...not to mention young & hunky. Miss the didn't runs: E. Warren, Russ Feingold - folks who always has the right vote AT THE RIGHT TIME. Unacceptable: Hillary and the R's.
Featherstothewind, California

Trump says Cruz’s Canadian birth could be ‘very precarious’ for GOP

Robert Costa, Philip Rucker | The Washington Post
January 6, 2016
Donald Trump said in an interview that rival Ted Cruz’s Canadian birthplace was a “very precarious” issue that could make the senator from Texas vulnerable if he became the Republican presidential nominee.