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Group to run ads against Trump in Indiana

Post by duck2000 on Wed 20 Apr 2016, 3:31 pm

WASHINGTON — The conservative Club for Growth Action expects to spend $1 million in Indiana to try to prevent presidential candidate Donald Trump from winning the May 3 Republican primary.
David McIntosh, the former Indiana congressman who heads the group, said the state is strategically important in blocking Trump from becoming the GOP’s presidential nominee.
“We’re gearing up to have a major presence there,” McIntosh said of the group’s super political action committee. “It’s key that (Texas Sen. Ted) Cruz win (Indiana) to stop Trump from getting the nomination.”
Club for Growth Action has already spent millions of dollars in ads against Trump in other states, including Illinois, Florida, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Oklahoma.
The group, which advocates for small government and low taxes, endorsed Cruz in March.
McIntosh said Trump is “not a real conservative,” citing his record on taxes, health care and private property rights.
“Worst of all,” McIntosh said, “he’d lose to Hillary Clinton badly in the fall.”
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INDIANAPOLIS STAR

Tully: Why Indiana’s delegates don’t love Donald Trump



The latest polling average from Real Clear Politics shows Clinton, the likely Democratic nominee, with 49 points to Trump’s 39.5.
Against Cruz, Clinton is polling an average of 45 percent to Cruz’s 43 percent.
Although national polls show Ohio Gov. John Kasich ahead of Clinton, McIntosh said the Club for Growth opposes Kasich because of his positions on health care and other issues, and because he can’t take the GOP nomination away from Trump.
“Our message is, it’s a two-person race,” McIntosh said. “Cruz is the one who can stop him. So vote for Cruz to stop Trump.”
McIntosh said the group’s ads would start soon and would cost seven figures, although the budget is still being put together.
“It’s my home state,” McIntosh said of Indiana, “so I have a passion of sharing with voters all the research we’ve done on how Trump really is not a conservative and would be a terrible nominee.”
Indiana is one of the last states to vote, and its May 3 primary is the only contest that day.
There have been no public presidential polls in Indiana, one of the reasons some national pundits have said Indiana is one of the few tossup states left.
If Trump doesn’t win Indiana, The New York Times recently wrote, he has a very difficult path to getting the required 1,237 delegates to secure the nomination before the July national convention in Cleveland.
Trump will visit Indianapolis Wednesday for a rally at the State Fairgrounds.
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INDIANAPOLIS STAR

Carrier union backs Sanders, spurning Trump



Cruz will make his first campaign stop in Indiana at the state party's Spring Dinner on Thursday.
Thirty of Indiana’s 57 delegates will be awarded to the Republican who wins the most votes statewide. The rest are given to the winners of each of the state’s nine congressional districts.
The delegates were selected at party meetings this month.
An IndyStar survey found only two delegates who declared Trump as their first choice. A majority favored Kasich.
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INDIANAPOLIS STAR

And the Indiana winner for president is...John Kasich?



The delegates are required by GOP rules to vote for the candidate who wins the nominating contest in their state or congressional district on the first ballot at the convention. But after that, delegates from Indiana and many other states are free to vote for whomever they want.
“Indiana is going to be at that pivotal moment to decide what happens next in this presidential campaign that likely is to go all the way to the convention,” McIntosh said.
The group also is running nearly $200,000 in ads in the open congressional seat in northeast Indiana, where it's backing state Sen. Jim Banks in the six-person GOP primary to succeed Rep. Marlin Stutzman.
Club for Growth Action has endorsed Stutzman in the Senate GOP primary against Rep. Todd Young. The group has funneled campaign contributions to Stutzman but has not run ads in the race.
“We’re going to be watching (that race) closely and will make a decision as needed,” McIntosh said.
http://www.indystar.com/story/news/politics/2016/04/19/group-run-ads-against-trump-indiana/83251718/

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Re: Group to run ads against Trump in Indiana

Post by Neno on Wed 20 Apr 2016, 3:35 pm

“It’s my home state,” McIntosh said of Indiana, “so I have a passion of sharing with voters all the research we’ve done on how Trump really is not a conservative and would be a terrible nominee.”


That's fine but, it might not be everyone else's passion....lol


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