Better late than never, I suppose. After waiting until the last minute to make an endorsement at all, and then endorsing in a manner that some (including Trump) accused of being tepid, Indiana governor Mike Pence has announced that he will campaign with Cruz over the last few days of the primary, and also cut ads for him.
Cruz, meanwhile, will head Monday evening to the Exposition Hall at the Indiana State Fairgrounds as a special guest of “An American Rally,” where TV personality Glenn Beck will also appear. The event is organized by the Keep the Promise PAC, which is supporting Cruz’s presidential run. Carly Fiorina, who Cruz named last week as his pick for vice president should he secure the nomination, will also attend.
Cruz is also scheduled for events in La Porte and Fort Wayne.
Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will campaign for Cruz on Monday, according to Cruz campaign communications director Alice Stewart.
Pence, who endorsed Cruz on Friday while also commending Trump, recorded a radio ad for the Cruz campaign.
It’s going to be neck and neck down the stretch in Indiana. The polling is all over the map and no one knows where it will finally end up. Frankly, even if the polling were consistent, that would not be really a comfort given the abysmal way it has performed in this election.