Members of the GOP convention’s rules committee are now being methodically chosen day by day, in state after state. They’re picked at the end of a lengthy delegate selection process that involves meetings at middle school cafeterias, Elks lodges or Holiday Inns off interstates across America. This year, they often feature gentle, though hardly subtle, persuasion by supporters of Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas.
Members of the GOP convention’s rules committee are now being methodically chosen day by day, in state after state. They’re picked at the end of a lengthy delegate selection process that involves meetings at middle school cafeterias, Elks lodges or Holiday Inns off interstates across America. This year, they often feature gentle, though hardly subtle, persuasion by supporters of Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas. Wilfredo Lee The Associated Press
Members of the GOP convention’s rules committee are now being methodically chosen day by day, in state after state. They’re picked at the end of a lengthy delegate selection process that involves meetings at middle school cafeterias, Elks lodges or Holiday Inns off interstates across America. This year, they often feature gentle, though hardly subtle, persuasion by supporters of Sen. Ted Cruz of Texas. Wilfredo Lee The Associated Press

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