Cruz won’t promise to stay out of primaries

by Cameron Joseph, The Hill
February 27, 2014

Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) on Thursday didn’t rule out involvement in GOP primaries this year against incumbent Republican senators.

Cruz said he had made no “ironclad promise” to stay out of the primaries.

“What I have said is that I’m likely going to stay out of incumbent Republican primaries,” he said. “I haven’t put that in concrete.”

A fundraising email Cruz wrote for the Madison Project emerged this week. The group has backed Republican candidates running against Senate GOP Leader Mitch McConnell (Ky.) and Sen. Pat Roberts (R-Kansas).

Cruz had told other Republican senators that he wouldn’t help outside groups targeting his opponents, and he said the email for the Madison Project had been written last April, before the conversation had taken place.

3 Comments - what are your thoughts?

  • ralfo says:

    Sarah for president & Ted for vice-president. Has a nice ring to it, wouldn’t you say? Their main slogans could be: “Together we will” & “Yes we will”. These will easily resonate in the skulls of the many that are unable to memorize more than a three word sentence. Adios!

  • Peter Locke says:

    We need conservative, Constitutional candidates, and if Ted supports that goal, then he should be involved in the primary process.

  • RBlakeH says:

    I think Ted should get into the primaries and I will wear my T-Shirt “I Stand with Ted”. The man has balls and that is what we need, not the mamby pamby Republicans or RINO’s.

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