Cruz hints at re-entering race if he wins Nebraska

Cruz hints at re-entering race if he wins Nebraska

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Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) holds a town hall meeting campaign event in Peterborough, N.H. February 7, 2016. Photo: Luke Vargas/Talk Media News
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) Photo: Luke Vargas/Talk Media News

As Nebraskans head to the polls to cast their support for their Republican presidential favorite, former candidate Sen. Ted Cruz suggested that he may relaunch his bid for the White House if he wins the state’s primary Tuesday.

Just a week after departing the race, after losing to Donald Trump in Indiana, Cruz told Glenn Beck on his radio show that he will “respond accordingly” if he draws enough support to claim victory.

“The reason we suspended the race last week was with the Indiana loss, I didn’t see a path to victory. If that changes, we will certainly respond accordingly,” Cruz told the conservative radio host who has endorsed and campaigned with the former candidate.

Cruz and Ohio Gov. John Kasich ended their campaigns last week after being defeated in Indiana by Trump who is now the single candidate in the race for the Republican nominee for president.

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