China issue resonates in Texas senate race
Trade with China has become a key issue for voters. In the Texas battle for the Republican nomination for Senate, Lt. Gov. David Dewhurst is promoting new ads that attack his opponent, state Solicitor General Ted Cruz. According to Dewhurst, Cruz represented a Chinese company that stole American blueprints and copyrights.
As an Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) poll has shown, voters of all political stripes overwhelmingly support policies to get tough on China’s unfair trade practices.
AAM does not endorse candidates, but we are always happy to see candidates talking about the issues that matter to Americans.
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