In an interview today, Texas lieutenant governor David Dewhurst contended that he had the support of many as tea partiers as his senate primary rival Ted Cruz.
“Our polling shows that with those Tea-Party members, that believe in all the tenants and all the principles of the Tea-Party, we split that vote right down the middle,” Dewhurst told Laura Ingraham. “Mr. Cruz got in this race some 8 or 9 months before I did, and racked up a lot of support from different people.
On Sunday, Texas Republican Senate candidate and Tea Party favorite Ted Cruz talked to Chris Wallace of Fox News Sunday. The former Texas solicitor general defeated Lieutenant Governor David Dewhurst in a come-from-behind win in Tue... Read Post
With nearly all the votes in, Ted Cruz has prevailed in a run-off primary race in Texas, defeating David Dewhurst, the current lieutenant governor of the state. Once considered a longshot, Cruz won quite handily. How much do you thi... Read Post