Press ReleasesNicholson Campaign: U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz endorses Kevin Nicholson for U.S. Senate
Nicholson Campaign: U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz endorses Kevin Nicholson for U.S. Senate
Senator Ted Cruz Endorses Kevin Nicholson for U.S. Senate
Delafield – Conservative Marine and businessman Kevin Nicholson today announced that Senator Ted Cruz endorsed his campaign for U.S. Senate.
“Kevin Nicholson brings an impressive record of success and leadership to his campaign for Senate. Having led Marines in combat overseas, and business professionals facing complex problems here at home, he has a proven ability to adapt and excel in a wide variety of settings. I am confident his energy and insight will serve him well in the Senate,” said Cruz. “I am proud to offer my endorsement and support to Kevin Nicholson in his campaign, and am asking the people of Wisconsin to send conservative reinforcements by electing him to serve in the Senate.”
“I’m honored to have the support of a conservative leader like Senator Cruz,” said Kevin Nicholson. “As we turn the page on a New Year, Wisconsin needs to turn the page on a new Senator as well. Tammy Baldwin’s dangerous support for higher taxes, Iran’s nuclear program, and her tragic neglect of our veterans, proves that we need to make a change. I look forward to joining the conservative ranks of Senators like Ted Cruz to help get things done for the American people.”
Senator Cruz’s endorsement adds to an impressive and growing list of conservative endorsers that show Kevin Nicholson is the only candidate with the resources and the momentum to defeat Tammy Baldwin in November. Along with Senator Cruz, Nicholson has also been endorsed by the Club for Growth, Ambassador John Bolton, Freedom Works, Great America PAC, and Madison Project among others.
Nicholson is a decorated Marine who served combat tours in both Iraq and Afghanistan. In addition to his military service, he earned advanced degrees in business and has worked as a business consultant to help companies from a range of industries solve their biggest problems.