Accuracy in Media

Wow! Texas saw almost double their 2008 turnout to vote for the GOP nominee:

The Washington Examiner reported that the Republican voter turnout was larger in each of the 12 states voting Tuesday than it was in 2008 and, in some states, the count of GOP voters heading to the polls doubled 2008 levels.

In the state of Texas, which Sen. Ted Cruz (Texas) won Tuesday, 2.8 million Republicans showed up to the polls, more than twice the approximately 1.3 million who turned out to vote in the 2008 primary.

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