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Have Conservatives Found Someone To Challenge Ted Cruz?

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Ever since Ted Cruz betrayed his pledge and his party by refusing to endorse Donald Trump at the RNC, there have been rumblings that he will be primaried in 2018 when he is up for re-election.

Conservatives might have found their knight to save conservatism from the Canadian Cuban.
Via The Daily Caller:

Texas Republican Rep. Michael McCaul faces pressure to run for Sen. Ted Cruz’s seat in 2018, according to The Hill.

McCaul currently serves as chairman of the House Committee on Homeland Security. His allowed term as chairman would be over by 2018, according to The Hill.

So, what do you think? Even though Cruz refused to endorse Trump, he is still a solid conservative with a strong voting record. He has constantly gone against the establishment and irked the party elites. It is clear he didn’t endorse Trump because Trump implicated his father in the assassination of John F. Kennedy.

Would you support Cruz’s re-election? Share your thoughts.

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