Ted Cruz Has Only Won Three States Where We The People People Actually Vote
Q: What is the difference between a caucus and a primary?
A: In presidential campaigns, a caucus is a system of local gatherings where voters decide which candidate to support and select delegates for nominating conventions. A primary is a statewide voting process in which voters cast secret ballots for their preferred candidates.
By my count,
TED CRUZ HAS ONLY WON THREE PRIMARIES
AND, IF I AM NOT MISTAKEN, TED CRUZ HAS NOT WON A SINGLE PRIMARY WHERE ANY VOTER IS ALLOWED TO VOTE FOR ANY CANDIDATE ON EITHER SIDE OF THE AISLE
DONALD TRUMP PULLS DEMOCRAT VOTERS.