• Blog | 10.15.18

    Ted Cruz for Texas Jobs

    It would be difficult to overstate the importance of the energy industry and energy related jobs in the state of Texas.  Anyone who knows much about the state understands the key role the energy sector plays in the states vibrant economy. Beto O’Rourke however, has a record of casting votes that undermine the health of…Read More

  • Blog | 10.7.18

    All the Difference

    Elections have consequences, and this week we saw the outcome of the last several election cycles bear fruit. The 2014 election handed a Senate majority to the Republican party, and the 2016 election produced a Republican President. As a result, the US Supreme Court welcomed Justice Kavanaugh to the bench this weekend. As Ted has…Read More

  • Blog | 9.22.18

    A Clear Contrast in Last Night’s Debate

    In the wake of last night’s debate — which drew a clear contrast between Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke — the New York Times (of all people) called Beto out for falsely denying that he called police officers “the new Jim Crow.” Here’s what the NYT reported: [I]n one of the sharpest exchanges of the…Read More

  • Blog | 9.16.18

    Together, We Will Keep Texas Free!

    This week our campaign went up with our first state-wide television ad.  The spot draws attention to comments made by Congressman O’Rourke, when he said that he “could think of nothing more American” than to kneel during the National Anthem, and contrasts them with the sacrifice made by Texas veteran Tim Lee who gave both…Read More

  • Blog | 9.10.18

    Consistent, Conservative, Cruz!

    Over the past six years, Texans have watched Ted consistently stand as a voice for liberty and in defense of our founding principles in the U.S. Senate. When Dianne Feinstein and Senate Democrats attempted to impose expansive gun control, Ted Cruz refused to budge, and defended the Second Amendment. “Would she [Feinstein] deem it consistent…Read More

  • Blog | 9.2.18

    Running On Their Records

    Last weekend marked the anniversary of Hurricane Harvey making landfall in Texas. It’s hard to believe that a year has passed already. For many, even for those of us who were forced to evacuate our homes, the year has gone quickly. For others, the past 12 months have been a daily reminder, as they continue…Read More

  • Blog | 8.31.18

    Cruzin in Llano

  • Blog | 8.30.18

    Why Beto O’Rourke is Backing out of Tomorrow’s Debate with Ted Cruz

    Tomorrow was supposed to be the first of five unprecedented debates that Ted Cruz proposed to his challenger Beto O’Rourke – more debates than any other U.S. Senate race in Texas history. The two candidates vying to serve each of our fellow 28 million Texans over the next six years were supposed to join on…Read More