For New Hampshire Republicans, the early days of the 2016 presidential campaign feel like an embarrassment of riches.
Republican Ted Cruz’s presidential campaign is buying small amounts of television advertising time for Easter Sunday in several early voting states.
It is a debate many Republicans hoped to avoid.
A Republican congressman believes Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, would be as great of a president as Ronald Reagan.
Promising to abolish the Internal Revenue Service is a good talking point for political candidates who are looking to fire up the Republicans’ most conservative voters. It’s also unlikely to ever happen, no matter how easy folks such as Sen. Ted Cruz like to make it sound.
It’s no surprise that many right wing conservatives have questioned the validity of climate change, and presidential hopeful Ted Cruz’s position is no different.
Sen. Ted Cruz believes the United States needs to do whatever it takes militarily to defeat the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria.
Texas Sen. Ted Cruz became the first high-profile Republican to enter the 2016 race for president on Monday. Here’s a quick snapshot with key things to know about Cruz.
Sen. Ted Cruz showed he was a candidate in a hurry early Monday morning, announcing his presidential candidacy on Twitter just after midnight.
Cruz said deep-pocketed donors should have the same rights to write giant campaign checks as voters have to put signs in their front yards.