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Ted Cruz wins the Kansas caucuses

March 5, 2016

  Both Politico and CNN are projecting the winner of the Kansas caucuses to be Ted Cruz. With about 50% of the votes counted it is possible the numbers could change slightly but they have been remaining consistent all afternoon long. It looks as if Ted Cruz will win right around 50% of the vote with Donald Trump coming in somewhere around half that number.

  Marco Rubio, in what I am sure he is going to claim is a victory, is coming in a distant third place followed by John Kasich. Both of these two should see the writing on the wall however I expect both will stay in the race until they have a chance to compete in their home states. That is unless polling shows an embarrassment could be brewing for them in their home states…

  With three more contests being decided tonight it will be interesting to see if Ted Cruz is gaining momentum or if his victory will be short-lived. 

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  1. Wendy permalink
    March 5, 2016 8:42 pm

    Well kiddies, here’s the truth. Both Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are ineligible to run. Ted Cruz was born in CANADA! His mother was an American citizen and his father was an illegal Cuban refugee. Marco Rubio’s parents both fled Cuba as illegal refugees, and parked themselves in Miami. Somehow, after the 5 year wait, they became American citizens. Rubio was born here in the U.S., but came from illegal immigrants! Both candidates have managed to “cover their records”.

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