The 2018 presidential elections are less than two weeks away, and the candidates who are planning to run are looking to boost their standing and build up their base of support.
The candidates who have announced their candidacy are all on the same page: They all want to keep the Senate in Republican hands, and they want to continue to put Donald Trump and Ted Cruz in the White House.
The only two who have yet to announce are former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson.
The other two who are likely to run for the Whitehouse are former Texas Gov.
Rick Perry and former House Speaker Newt Gingrich.
Both of these former governors are facing off against one another in a crowded field of candidates, and Perry has made a strong case that he has the better shot.
The 2016 presidential election was decided in the House of Representatives, with Trump winning with 51 percent of the vote and Cruz winning with 46 percent.
The 2018 elections are also less than a week away, with four races to decide.
But it looks like Trump will be the Republican nominee in 2020, but not without some significant obstacles in his way.
Here are the top three races for the 2020 presidential election: Trump and Cruz are locked in a tight battle for the Senate.
Cruz is well-liked by Republicans and his supporters.
Trump is not popular among Republican voters and is not a favorite to win the WhiteHouse.
Cruz and Trump are both known for their controversial statements and for their combative rhetoric.
The two candidates have also been at odds over trade agreements and immigration.
Trump has consistently opposed a border wall between the United States and Mexico, while Cruz has said he supports a border barrier.
A border wall is a top Trump campaign campaign promise.
If the Republican Party chooses Trump, it could potentially hurt him in the fall.
It could also hurt him at the polls.
Cruz has been the target of a number of bomb threats and a campaign ad that has been criticized for being offensive to women and people with disabilities.
Both candidates have expressed support for Donald Trump.
Carson has been outspoken about issues that many voters find important to them, including climate change, abortion, the economy and national security.
However, Carson has not yet released his tax returns and has not released his financial records.
Trump, on the other hand, has released his returns.
Cruz did not release his tax documents, which is unusual for presidential candidates.
His campaign has said that he will release them after he releases his tax records.
Both Trump and Carson have faced criticism from fellow Republicans over their positions on the controversial Keystone XL pipeline, the Syrian refugee crisis and more.
Trump and Rubio have both taken a harder line on immigration than other Republican candidates.
Cruz, Trump and Kasich have criticized Trump’s plan to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, while Rubio has said the border should be closed entirely.
Trump’s proposed border wall would cost $4.5 billion, while Carson’s plan is $5 billion.
Cruz also wants to reduce the size of the federal government to its lowest level in history.
Trump supports a temporary immigration ban.
Trump wants to temporarily ban all Muslim immigration to the United State, but has said his plan would not be a blanket ban.
Rubio supports a permanent immigration ban that would allow the entry of refugees and other immigrants who meet certain criteria.
Cruz supports a pause on immigration from certain countries, including Iraq, Syria, Iran and Sudan.
Rubio has been a staunch supporter of the Iraq War, which he has criticized Trump for supporting.
Trump recently announced that he would withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, but he has yet to make a public announcement on that issue.
Kasich has been vocal about his support for President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from climate agreements, saying he believes in climate change and the need for stronger environmental protections.
Kasich also supported Trump’s call to end the use of the Keystone XL oil pipeline.
Trump announced that the U,S.
will pull out of the Paris Climate Agreement, but Trump has yet a decision on that.
Rubio and Cruz have been in fierce and public feuds over the Paris agreement.
Rubio said the Paris Agreement “is not a climate deal” and said that “climate change is real.”
Cruz has repeatedly criticized Trump and his decision to pull out, saying that the Paris Accord “is a sham and a scam” and that “Donald Trump is going to make it his legacy if he doesn’t pull out.”
Carson has said in the past that he supports the Paris accord, but recently said that it “should not be the goal of a president.”
Both Trump, who has not endorsed a candidate yet, and Rubio, who have endorsed candidates, have said that they will not support the candidates they are supporting.
Kasich is still undecided.
Both men have been criticized by fellow Republicans for supporting President Donald J. Trump.
Both have said they will continue to support Trump’s policies and policies of the previous administration.
Trump said on Twitter that Carson and Cruz would have to be defeated if