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Ted Cruz goes on full throttle attack to beat 'dishonest' Donald Trump

He said Trump spent "four decades funding open borders". The line to see Cruz wrapped around the building quickly Monday. "You don't get to abuse and take advantage of American workers and suddenly style yourself a champion for American workers", Cruz said.

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Presidential Candidates Gear Up for Super Tuesday Showdown

Trump has expanded his lead over the diminished field to capture the support of almost half of Republican voters, while Clinton tops Bernie Sanders by almost 20 points on the Democrat votes, according to a CNN/ORC poll . On the Democratic side , Clinton tops Sanders 55 percent to 38 percent in the new poll, a slightly wider margin than she held in late January before any primaries or caucuses were held.

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Marist Poll: Trump leads in Tennessee, Georgia; Cruz holds lead in Texas

The line to see Cruz wrapped around the building quickly Monday. Cruz will cast his ballot this morning. On that side of politics, Hillary Clinton has the overall momentum, and that has been confirmed in Texas where she was leading her rival Bernie Sanders by 24 points.

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Cruz blocks vote on bill to resolve Flint water crisis

Rick Snyder's handling of the crisis. A Cruz spokesman told the AP that staffers "are simply reviewing the bill right now". While on the campaign trail, Cruz has made a decision to put a "soft hold" on the legislation, delaying what is seen as its inevitable passing in Congress.

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Ted Cruz: "Nominating Donald Trump Will End Up Electing Hillary Clinton"

U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump waves to the crowd as he leaves a campaign rally at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa, January 26, 2016. Ron Johnson was asked on a radio show whether he would support Trump , the Republican would only say that he goes to bed every night praying that the GOP nominee is a "person of integrity, intelligence, ideas and courage".

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US Presidential Race Could Be Clearer This Week

The Lone Star State is the largest prize Tuesday, and Cruz is banking on winning there. Just 4 percent of respondents said they were undecided . Hillary Clinton speaks at the Lyman & Merrie Wood Museum of Springfield History in MA on Monday.