Cruz campaign officials reportedly preparing to make staff cuts

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Ted Cruz in Knightstown on April 27, 2016

INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — Aides to Ted Cruz aren’t holding out much hope for a victory over Donald Trump in today’s Indiana primary. One aide says the campaign is preparing for “a very somber” address in Indianapolis after the results come in.

Cruz has spent the past week in Indiana, campaigning and getting the support of the state’s governor. He even chose a running mate — Carly Fiorina.

Cruz is publicly vowing to stay in the race, regardless of the results. But the aide says campaign officials are bracing for immediate staffing cuts — “at a minimum.”