Senator Ted Cruz helped out former presidential candidate Scott Walker in a huge way on Monday, tweeting supporting his efforts on clearing up his campaign debt with a tweet.
Walker has withheld his sought-after endorsement since ending his campaign for the GOP nomination race in September. Cruz’s tweet, including a link to a donations page for Walker, suggests he’s seeking Walker’s support.
Cruz then linked to a donation page for Walker’s campaign.
“Your contribution of $10, $35, $50, $100, $250, or more right now will help us pay down this campaign debt and officially close the books on our 2016 campaign,” the website reads. “And if you contribute $30 or more in the next three days, we will send you a limited edition lapel pin.”
Walker had $982,513 at the end of September, but he had more than $1.6 million in debt, according to his latest Federal Election Commission report. He’s been seeking contributions to officially close the books, offering a “limited edition lapel pin” for donations or $30 or more.
Politico, quoting a source close to Walker, reported in November that Sen. Marco Rubio asked for Walker’s endorsement in late October, but Walker told him he would not announce support for a candidate until after the start of 2016.
— Scott Walker (@ScottWalker) December 14, 2015
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