Cruz Stalls In New York, Sid Miller Primes the Pump

This week in Texas politics with the editor-in-chief of the Texas Tribune.
 

By Rhonda Fanning & Laura RiceApril 22, 2016 2:55 pm| ,

It’s time for our weekly review in politics, and Emily Ramshaw, editor-in-chief of the Texas Tribune, gives us the details.

We start off with Senator Ted Cruz who left New York with zero delegates Tuesday night. Trump won the state with 89 delegates and Kasich trailed behind with four.

“It was really a blistering defeat for Cruz,” Ramshaw says. “It led Donald to basically say that Cruz is done. Cruz’s team would dispute that, but things are getting tougher.”

What you’ll hear in this segment:

– How Ted Cruz could get more delegates in upcoming state primaries

– What Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller’s gas pump sticker updates could mean for his reputation

– Texas Supreme Court’s pending decision on school financing