Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz says ''Democrats love to pigeon-hole women'' but they ''are not a special interest,'' during a campaign rally with former candidate Carly Fiorina, his wife Heidi, and mother, Eleanor. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) STORY: Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz said "the Democrats love to pigeon-hole women" during a campaign rally in Brookfield, Wisconsin on Wednesday (March 30). "Women are not a special interest. Women are a majority of the United States of America and every issues is a women's issue," said Cruz during the event, which later saw former candidate Carly Fiorina, his wife Heidi and mother Eleanor on stage for a roundtable discussion. Wisconsin polls, though scarce, show Trump and Cruz running neck-and-neck in the state. A recent Emerson poll showed Cruz taking 36 percent and Trump with 35 percent. Ohio Governor John Kasich lagged in third place, with 19 percent. Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker endorsed Cruz on Tuesday (March 29). He said he chose to back Cruz because he was a principled constitutional conservative who would stand up to big government special interests and give power to the states.