Conservative radio host Mark Levin endorsed Kelli Ward in her primary battle to represent Republicans in the Senate race over incumbent John McCain.
McCain, a longtime Senator and the 2008 GOP nominee for President, has been the target of many conservatives and Tea Party activists over his moderate perspectives on issues such as immigration.
During Levin’s radio broadcast today, a caller from Arizona came on the line. Before the caller asked his question, Levin asked him to hold on before making the announcement about Ward.
The caller brought up the interesting concern that he has while running to be a national GOP delegate. As a Ted Cruz supporter, he will make his bound vote for Donald Trump on the first ballot, but would switch to Cruz if the convention goes to subsequent ballots. His concern was over Roger Stone, a Trump surrogate who has insinuated violence against Cruz-supporting delegates and their families.