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cruzs-iowa-win-in-part-due-to-culture-of-kindness-and-courage-at-campaign-hqP J Media: Cruz's Iowa Win in Part Due to Culture of Kindness and Courage at Campaign HQ



On Monday night, the Republican Party gave the first victory of 2016 to the first Hispanic candidate for president of the United States, Ted Cruz.


Sen. Cruz won for many reasons: his outsider appeal, disciplined message, and sophisticated get-out-the-vote operation. But after two trips to Iowa to volunteer for Cruz, I noticed something else about the Cruz campaign that probably made a difference.


I’ve worked on many campaigns. I started with George W. Bush’s 2004 campaign when I was 14, and I’ve volunteered at the grassroots level every year since. A wise mentor once told me the kind of organization a leader builds says a lot about him.

There was something different about the Cruz campaign, including many signs of kindness and courage:Scissors-32x32.png


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