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Cruz Campaign Press Release - Sen. Cruz Drawing Huge 1,000-Person plus Crowds in 'SEC Primary' States

August 11, 2015

Campaign Releases Video Montage of Excitement at #CruzCountry Bus Tour Events

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The Cruz for President campaign has released a video halfway through his #CruzCountry bus tour highlighting the overwhelming crowds that are turning out to his events throughout the Southern states. No event has had fewer than 500 people, with the largest crowd nearing 2,000 mark. Combined, all the states he will visit represent 356 of the 1,236 delegates needed to win the Republican nomination.

As of Tuesday, August 11, Cruz has made multiple stops in South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee — all states where he has released strong leadership teams that will continue to build his robust grassroots network in each state. The #CruzCountry #CruzToVictory Bus Tour continues on through Arkansas and will conclude in Oklahoma on Thursday, August 13.

Further details about the remaining #CruzCountry #CruzToVictory Tour events are below:

Wednesday, August 12

11:30 am CT – Little Rock, AR

Cruz Country Rally


1201 W. 6th Street

Little Rock, AK

2:30 pm CT – Russellville, AR

Arkansas Values Meet and Greet

Lake Dardanelle Pavilion

2428 Marina Road

Russellville, AR 72802

6:30 pm CT – Van Buren, AR

Van Buren GOP Lincoln/Reagan Day Dinner

Van Buren High School

2001 Pointer Trail E

Van Buren, AR 72956

Thursday, August 13

12:00 pm CT – Oklahoma City, OK

Boots and BBQ Luncheon

Central Oklahoma Home Builders Association

Regal Room

430 E. Britton Road

Oklahoma City, OK 73114

4:00 pm CT – Bartlesville, OK

Energy Townhall with Sen. Ted Cruz and Congressman Jim Bridenstine

Oklahoma Wesleyan University Auditorium

2201 Silver Lake Road

Bartlesville, OK

7:00 pm CT – Tulsa, OK

"This Is Cruz Country" Rally

Union H.S. Performing Arts Center

6636 S. Mingo Rd

Tulsa, OK 74133

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Ted Cruz, Cruz Campaign Press Release - Sen. Cruz Drawing Huge 1,000-Person plus Crowds in 'SEC Primary' States Online by Gerhard Peters and John T. Woolley, The American Presidency Project https://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/node/314529

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