I’m not making any predictions about the three Caucus states tonight and the one primary, but I will suggest that you keep your eye on Kansas. There is a reason that Donald Trump decided to skip CPAC this weekend and focus instead on campaigning there, other than the fact that he feels uncomfortable in a room filled with young conservatives!
The latest polling out of that state indicates that it could be a good night for Cruz and I would suspect the campaign’s internal polling shows similar data.
Keep in mind, Kansas borders Oklahoma to the north and it’s slightly southwest of Iowa.
Kansans are natural Cruz supporters! His base of support and constituency are rural Midwestern Evangelicals and that describes Kansans to a tee!
Remember, Cruz does traditionally well with Caucus goers as opposed to Primary voters and the latest polls show 39% are undecided!
It is obvious that the Cruz campaign sees opportunity there considering the amount of resources and time they are spending.
In addition to Kansas, I feel fairly good about Kentucky and I wouldn’t count out Louisiana either! I think Louisiana has the potential of being closer than people think!
Maine is much harder to get a handle on considering no polling has been done there in a while. We also need to remember that Trump has done well with the northeastern liberal republicans in the past. I think Kasich has the potential of doing well in Maine too.
Marco will probably continue his losing streak tonight! Keep in mind, just like on Tuesday, these are all proportional delegates that will be awarded. Read below! TED CRUZ FOR PRESIDENT!
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