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"… per PAC supporting the failed presidential campaign of U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas. The contribution was one of the largest amounts given by a singl …"

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"… idly with minimal self-censoring. Trump calls CNN “unwatchable.” Sen. Ted Cruz is a “nasty guy” and a “loser.” Television host Bill Maher is an …"

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"… ty. In March’s Republican primary, Trump won Clay county 57.1 percent to Ted Cruz’s 17.1 percent and had more than double the votes of Democratic nominee …"

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"… , Trump also calls her “crooked Hillary.” He’s also called U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, his former primary opponent, “lyin’ Ted.” He’s called Sen. Marco …"

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"… such as California and New Jersey. $8,966,466: The amount refunded by pro-Ted Cruz super PAC Keep the Promise II to GOP megadonor and energy investor Toby Ne …"

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"… his campaign about $14 million. Trump at the time stood poised to vanquish Ted Cruz and John Kasich, the last of his Republican primary opponents. His securin …"

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"… To date, it has spent $1.6 million on negative ads against Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas. Cruz dropped out of the presidential race in early May. The fir …"

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"… the constitutional eligibility of former Republican presidential contender Ted Cruz. The reasons for their double dealings vary. Some gave to both politician …"

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"… ump says he has no intention of recouping the cash. $9,403,014: What Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas still had left in his presidential campaign account, three days b …"

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"… publican presidential contenders Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Marco Rubio and Ted Cruz. Why it matters The ad blitz by Priorities USA Action is just the first w …"

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"… ry. After the votes came in, they published a follow-up, which found that Ted Cruz and his allies spent about $10 per vote in Indiana (and lost), while …"

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"… h the Dallas Morning News. …"

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"… Republican Party after Trump’s then-rival for the nomination, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, suggested supporters record “anything that looks suspicious” …"

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"… is story was co-published with NBC News. …"

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"… on our ad strategy,” Ferguson said. …"

"… into television and radio ads attacking Trump or touting his chief rival, Ted Cruz, according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of data provided by T …"

"… Given this, Indiana’s primary represents “a desperate last stand for Ted Cruz and the #NeverTrump movement,” political analyst David Wasserman of the …"

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"… published with TIME and the Texas Tribune. …"

"… in the Indiana primary. A victory in Tuesday’s Indiana primary is Sen. Ted Cruz’s strongest hope for staying alive in the race for president, and one su …"

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"… sday and has emerged as the next major battleground between Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, Trump’s chief adversary. The bulk of these ads aired after Tr …"

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"… Household names such as Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, Donald Trump and Ted Cruz account for much of this spending. But a gaggle of obscure and moneyed sup …"

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"… le TV ad. The New York resident and real estate tycoon surged past rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich, who largely conceded the state. Trump won more than 515,0 …"

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"… y Clinton on the airwaves in New York and hoping for an upset. Republicans Ted Cruz and John Kasich, meanwhile, have all but left the Empire State to GOP fron …"

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"… treme times." Billionaire businessman Donald Trump currently leads rivals Ted Cruz and John Kasich in the race for the Republican Party's presidential nomina …"

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"… . Another popular target was Gov. John Kasich. A recently formed pro-Sen. Ted Cruz super PAC called Trusted Leadership PAC used all of its ad space to knock …"

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"… recipient of defense contractor employee contributions was Republican Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas. He received a total of at least $307,995 from the beginning of 2 …"

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"… e now dropped out — and the primaries are far from over. Only U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, Ohio Gov. John Kasich and Trump remain in the Republican preside …"

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"… West last year.) Now that Rubio struck out, Kendrick is backing U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz in the Republican presidential primary — and is willing to lose fans ove …"

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"… property.” The database has a search function. Presidential candidates Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders don’t agree on much, but bringing the Pentagon’s se …"

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"… inois and North Carolina. Trump appeared to barely inch out Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas in Missouri. Looking ahead, with Rubio out, the Republican conte …"

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"… hich insurgents such as real estate tycoon Donald Trump and firebrand Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas have so far won nearly every primary or caucus. “Republican vo …"

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"… affiliated with a candidate. Also attacking Trump is the campaign of Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas, a pro-Cruz super PAC, Stand for Truth and conservative super PAC …"

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"… idential candidates such as U.S. Sen. John McCain of Arizona and U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas. The price goes up if Carson is himself willing to sign solicita …"

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