Senator Cruz spoke at Liberty University in Virginia in front of about 10,000 students.
Appealing to support young conservatives and the Christian vote, Senator Ted Cruz made official its presidential candidacy for the Republican Party in a speech at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia speech.
Cruz, a Cuban father and came to the Senate just two and a half years ago, is the first politician to officially announce his intention to run the presidential elections in 2016, to mark the end of two-term Democratic president, Barack Obama.
The Texas senator was presented to students at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, as the true conservative candidate who wants to “restore the promise (of sleep) US” and “revolutionary idea that our rights come from God, Almighty.”
“It will take a brave new generation of conservatives who help make America great again,” Cruz said, adding that he is ready “to lead the fight” he said.
“Imagine standing brave conservatives demanding unison we want our freedom,” Cruz said in his speech to a packed auditorium.
Cruz appealed to the youth vote for conservatives and Christians who choose it as the Republican candidate in November 2016 held the presidency of the United States Democratic Party. He also asked the attendees of announcing his candidacy a scenario in which the next government will repeal the health reform law passed by Congress and is known as Obama Care imagine.
“This I is the moment of truth, the moment to raise the challenge, as Americans have always done,” he said.
“We need a new generation of brave to restore American greatness and I’m ready to lead the fight with you conservatives” he added.
Cruz’s message sent early Monday confirmed what was expected for some time: The candidate for the White House Tea Party favorite.
Cruz had anticipated hours before the official announcement of his candidacy would be Monday in Virginia.
Analysts anticipate that there will be a dozen other candidates in the campaign for 2016.
On the Republican side, candidates also sound like the former governor of Florida, Jeb Bush (brother of former President George W. Bush and son of former President George Bush) and Sen. Marco Rubio, although none has formally confirmed his candidacy.