Feb 04, 2016

Cruz solidifies contender status, but much work remains after Iowa - Houston Chronicle

If Iowa alone had the power to choose the Republican Party's presidential nominees, then Rick Santorum and Mike Huckabee would have been the last two GOP standard bearers. Strategists from across the political spectrum repeated that historical fact Tuesday, the day after U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz announced his place in the political world by winning the first contest of the 2016 campaign. Leibsohn and...

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