Cruz Reveals Official Delegate Slate

Cruz-DelegatesThe Pennsylvania Republican Presidential primary is an unique process.

Of the party’s 71 delegates, only 17 go to the statewide winner on April 26th.

The real contest is over the fifty-four other delegates. Those representatives will be officially unbound and can vote for anyone in Cleveland. Nevertheless, some candidates are committing to a presidential hopeful.

On Friday, Donald Trump released his official list of preferred delegates. Now, the Cruz team is unveiling their own team.

The list of delegates from the Cruz campaign is included below:

Aldridk Gessa – 2nd Congressional District

Robert Yates – 3rd Congressional District

Marilyn S Gillispie – 4th Congressional District

Richard J Chura Jr. – 5th Congressional District

Barry K Kroeker 5th Congressional District

Lyle Stewart – 5th Congressional District

Mary Elizabeth Wert – 6th Congressional District

Robert A Wert – 6th Congressional District

Deborah A Evangelou – 8th Congressional District

Lois M Kaneshiki – 9th Congressional District

Clayton David Show – 9th Congressional District

Elizabeth Greenaway (Write-In) – 10th Congressional District

Charles Brewer – 10th Congressional District

Mark F Holt – 10th Congressional District

Carol H Drewniak – 11th Congressional District

Lowman S Henry – 11th Congressional District

J Daniel Mosel – 11th Congressional District

Lawrence M Borland – 12th Congressional District

Bruce Keeler – 12th Congressional District

George F Steigerwalt – 12th Congressional District

Michael J McMonagle – 13th Congressional District

Dean N Browning – 15th Congressional District

Mark S Hoffman – 15th Congressional District

Christian Y Leinbach – 15th Congressional District

Douglas W Brubaker – 16th Congressional District

Ronald L Boltz – 17th Congressional District

Joel Underwood (Write-In) – 17th Congressional District

James R. Means Jr. – 18th Congressional District

Sue Ann Means – 18th Congressional District

April 23rd, 2016 | Posted in Front Page Stories, Presidential, Top Stories | 18 Comments

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  8. Pam says:

    I am wondering how many uninformed voters are going to go to the polls not knowing what delegates to vote for. I am thinking that our voting system really needs to be simplified…

  9. Tim says:

    Lyin’ Ted is done. His dad helped Osawld kill JFK and he was a Pro-Castro Cuban. Ted is a serial cheater too. Too much bad karma Ted – U LOSE!

  10. Vernon Butcher says:

    Ted I would suggest reading the entire Constitution Of The United States. Also read the Amendments, including Article 1 Section 2, Article 1 section 3 (Amendment 17 amends Art.1 sect. 3), Article 2 section 1 and Amendment 12. There may be additional references to Electors how they are required to vote etc. but I haven’t found them. You can also visit various law libraries. Good luck.

  11. Betty Igo says:

    I want the right to send the delegate that will respect my wishes to vote for the candidate that I trust. Time for a change in the crooked law of buying delegates.

  12. Jeremy Martin says:

    Carol Young, what congressional district do you love in?

  13. TED McTAGUE says:

    When did the Politicians begin to make the Rules for how WE THE PEOPLE elect Politicians? Something needs to change.

  14. TED McTAGUE says:

    The Delegates announce who they support, but they’re NOT bound to vote for that candidate at the Convention. They can change their minds AFTER they’ve been selected. Not exactly what the voters would like to see.

  15. Carol Young says:

    If we are voting for Ted Cruz and none of our delegates are saying who they support, how in the world do we know what delegates to vote for?

  16. Joe Connolly says:

    Delegates should only vote as their constituents instruct them.

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