Ted Cruz: Choice is ‘Between Two Washington Dealmakers, Or One Proven, Consistent Conservative’
“The role of the first four states is to narrow the field and give Super Tuesday a clear choice. And now the voters can decide,” Ted Cruz said following the Nevada Caucus on Tuesday evening.
Cruz told an enthusiastic crowd that “nobody has ever won the nomination, without winning one of the first three primaries,” and that only he, not Marco Rubio or other candidates, have been able to defeat Donald Trump in a primary or caucus state thus far.
“If you are one of the 65 percent of Republicans across this country who doesn’t think Donald is the best candidate to go head-to-head with Hillary, who believes we do better in elections when we actually nominate a conservative, then the first four states have performed a vital function of narrowing this race, and presenting a clear choice,” Cruz said. “You can choose between two Washington dealmakers, or one proven, consistent conservative.”
On “Super Tuesday,” March 1, 11 states — Alabama, Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oklahoma, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia and Texas — will have more delegates at stake than any other one day of the primary season.
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