Hopefully other candidates will take notice that his stance on public land does not resonate with voters.
The crazy thing about Cruz and I'm sure I'm missing something, is a lot of the western states with all the public land he has won(those that had primaries) and still may even win some even after dropping out, he definitely get a lot of votes still. I know he talked about public land a lot in ID and he won that. You'd think the people would of been like "wtf, give the land to the state???" and question it but maybe I'm missing something.
Do you mean Trump?? Trump will possibly mention some names. Cruz would be a good choice to replace Scalia (that might be the reason Ted dropped out- A promise from Donald?)By lunchtime tomorrow we should have an idea who Ted is going to pick to for some
Major cabinet positions, attorney general, and who he'd consider to replace Scalia..
Do you mean Trump?? Trump will possibly mention some names. Cruz would be a good choice to replace Scalia (that might be the reason Ted dropped out- A promise from Donald?)
It's good that Cruz is out. The GOP Primary voters have spoken, and they don't like conservatism. It's not at all clear who is more liberal - Hillary or The Donald.
Barring something enormous, yesterday was the day Hillary Clinton was elected president.
Since I will vote for neither, I'm curious who people would think would make a good write-in candidate? If only to send a signal. I think Martin Heinrich would be a good write-in.