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WOW! After Weekend Wins, Cruz Campaign Rakes In BUTT TON of Cash

As I pointed out yesterday, Ted Cruz has a had a stellar last few days. From his clear win at the GOP Debate to his CPAC Straw Poll victory to his winning delegate haul, it made Saturday Super Cruz Day. And as it turns out, that title fit the next day as well. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz wins annual CPAC straw poll one year after Rand Paul received the nod

5 months agoNews : The Raw Story

The CPAC straw poll shows reveals true conservative views NATIONAL HARBOR, MD., March 5, 2016-CPAC 2016 is one for the history books-and not just the conference itself but the legendary straw poll as well. This time Rand Paul, who has dropped out of the race for the Republican nomination, is not...

Ted Cruz Wins Kansas & Maine GOP Caucuses On ‘Super Saturday’, Wins CPAC Straw Poll

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), a 2016 Republican candidate for president who is largely considered to be the runner-up to New York City businessman Donald Trump, had a very good day on Saturday. The media has dubbed Saturday, March 5 to be “Super Saturday,” a send-up of the long-standing tradition of referring to the Tuesday that... Show More Summary

Ted Cruz wins CPAC straw poll, with Marco Rubio taking second

Cruz won 40% of the 2,659 votes cast at the conservative gathering outside Washington.        

Ted Cruz Wins CPAC Straw Poll

5 months agoNews : Huffington Post

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on Saturday won the straw poll at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference. Forty percent of those who voted picked Cruz as their first choice for president. He was followed by Sen. Marco Rubio (30 percent), Donald Trump (15 percent) and Ohio Gov. Show More Summary

Cruz Wins the CPAC Straw Poll

Sen. Ted Cruz won the straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference on Saturday. Cruz won 40 percent of the attendees' support, while Sen. Marco Rubio came in second place with 30 percent. The post Cruz Wins the CPAC Straw Poll appeared first on RedState.

Ted Cruz Wins CPAC Straw Poll

Texas Sen. Ted Cruz has won the 2016 CPAC Straw Poll with 40 percent of the vote. Sen. Marco Rubio (R-FL) was second with 30 percent, and Donald...

Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll, Fatal LAPD Shooting Caught on Camera, Rise of the Private Police: A.M. Links

last yearNews : Reason

Sen. Rand Paul took op honors in the Conservative Political Action Conference's straw poll, seen as something of a barometer of GOP support for potential presidential candidates, with 25.7 percent of the vote. Second place went to Wisconsin Gov. Show More Summary

Rand Paul wins CPAC presidential straw poll

The Kentucky senator is voted the top GOP candidate for the third consecutive year.

Rand Paul Won the CPAC Straw Poll for the Third Year in a Row

Congratulations to Rand Paul, Son of Ron, for winning the Conservative Political Action Conference'sPost reports that around 3,000 CPAC attendees participated in the poll this year.) Texas Senator Ted Cruz came in third (11.5 percent), Ben Carson came in fourth (11 percent), and Jeb Bush rounded out the top five with 8 percent.  straw... More »

Real TIME: Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll

Rand Paul won the straw poll at the Conservative Political Action Conference for the third year in a row on Saturday. The Senator from Kentucky won with 26% of the vote. Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker followed closely behind with 21%, and Jeb Bush and Chris Christie finished fifth and 10th, respectively. Watch #RealTIME for more…

Rand Paul wins this year’s Republican CPAC Straw poll, beats out Scott Walker

Sen. Rand Paul won the Conservative Political Action Conference straw poll Saturday for the third year in a row with 25.7 percent of the vote, according to the USA Today. Saturday’s CPAC straw poll ended the conference in Maryland where Republicans tried to determine the best way to win the presidency in 2016. Show More Summary

Rand Paul wins CPAC Straw Poll

He won the straw poll, finishing ahead of the rest of the list of 16 potential candidates. But, CPAC’s poll hasn’t translated into who wins the nomination.

Rand Paul Wins CPAC 2015 Straw Poll

As has been the case the last three years, Senator Rand Paul won CPAC's straw poll in 2015. His base (which comes from his retired father, Rep. Ron Paul) always comes out in strong support for their libertarian ideals. Kentucky Sen.Show More Summary

Rand Paul wins the CPAC straw poll with 25.7%, but Scott Walker gets a "closer-that-expected" 21.4%.

3rd and 4th places are far back Ted Cruz, 11.5%, and Ben Carson, 11.4%. Jeb Bush is 5th, and perhaps 8.3% feels good enough to him. Although some CPAC members applauded Bush's call for "reform" conservatism, others described the former Florida governor as a dreaded RINO — Republican In Name Only. Show More Summary

Rand Paul Wins CPAC 2015 Straw Poll

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This is the third win in a row for Rand Paul. Romney won in 2012. Rand Paul's father won in 2011 and 2010. To recap the last six years: Paul, Paul, Paul, Romney, Paul, Paul. And speaking of not wanting dynasties, all day long the Tea People have been screaming about reports that Jeb Bush bussed in supporters to freep the straw poll. Show More Summary

Rand Paul Wins the CPAC 2015 Straw Poll

As I predicted yesterday, won the 2015 CPAC Straw poll for the third time in a row: – 26% Scott Walker – 21% – 17% Ben Carson – 11% Jeb Bush – 8% – 4% Donald Trump – 3.5% Chris Christie – 2.8% Bobby Jindal – 0.9% Sarah Palin – 0.8% Mike...Show More Summary

Rand Paul Wins CPAC Straw Poll

Senator Rand Paul won a straw poll of conservative activists on Saturday, giving his potential bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 2016 a boost, and Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker came in second. The results were Paul at 25.7 percent, Walker at 21.4 and Texas Senator Ted Cruz with 11.5. Mitt Romney won the straw poll in 2012.

Sen. Rand Paul wins conservative CPAC straw poll - again

Sen. Rand Paul was the top choice of conservatives in a straw poll for potential Republican presidential contenders at an annual conservative conference near Washington.

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