Money is the mother’s milk of politics.
There is no doubt that this Republican hopeful has been sucking at the teet and is well-positions to compete all of the way to June 7th when California, Montana, New Jersey, South Dakota and New Mexico close out the primary season.
Hot Air covers the report from Bloomberg…
Ted Cruz wants to make the argument that he’s best prepared to take on Hillary Clinton in two ways. First, he’s an authentic anti-establishment conservative who has no taint of crony politics or connections to the Clinton establishment, unlike you-kn0w-who.
Second, his organization is better prepared to out-organize and out-hustle the Democrats. Bloomberg’s report on Cruz’ fundraising helps underscore the second argument, with a total of $32 million in the first quarter of 2016:
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz raised $12.5m in March, campaign says in news release. Cruz raised $7.6m in January, $11.9m in February, according to FEC filings[.]
It may not be the be-all-end-all, but it is a good indication that the non-Trump Republicans are finally getting behind Cruz.
Source: Hot Air