I live in Utah and participated in my precinct’s caucus meeting last night. The feeling at the meeting was very anti-Trump. There was very little (read: no) understanding of how anyone could possibly vote for him. One person ran for a State
Donald Trump won Arizona — more on what this means for Ted Cruz in another post — but Cruz won a resounding victory in Utah — an astonishing 69 percent of the vote. This was not so much a vote for Cruz
Donald Trump is cruising for a real bruising in Utah on Tuesday. Released over the weekend, a new Utah poll shows that just 11 percent of Republican voters in Utah support Trump. Moreover, even in a three-man race, Ted Cruz is now winning 53
In a statement released on Facebook, Mitt Romney said he will be voting for Ted Cruz in Utah and urged others to do so as well to stop “Trumpism”: [facebook url=”https://www.facebook.com/mittromney/posts/10153370698696121″] H/T: The Weekly Standard. Paul Dupont is the managing editor for ThePulse2016.com.
Tuesday is the crucial moment. For Ted Cruz to have any chance of stopping Donald Trump, he has to shock the punditocracy by winning all the delegates in Arizona and Utah. In Utah, that means he must top 50 percent. Getting there
Donald Trump was first to announce he was skipping the Utah GOP debate, and John Kasich quickly followed. It has since been announced that the debate will be cancelled due to the defections. Mormonophobia or fear of debating Ted Cruz one-on-one? Either