Overshadowed by Trump and Rubio, Cruz looks to Texas for his last stand
By Katie Zezima March 1 at 11:09 AMSAN ANTONIO — After a stinging defeat in…
Georgia (Mar 1, 2016) — — After a stinging defeat in South Carolina, a drop in national polling and a fade to the background in news cycles, Ted Cruz came home to Texas this week and talked about his many battles.
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Kerwin Swint, a professor of political science at Kennesaw State University in Georgia, said Cruz’s strategy is a good one — but the Trump phenomenon has caused everything to go haywire.
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