Wow -- thank you Lafayette! Now get ready to #ChooseCruz on Tuesday: votetedcruz.com/in/
I want to thank the United Steelworkers Local 1999 for endorsing my campaign for president. And I want to ask all of you to stand with them, sign the petition linked in our bio, and demand that United Technologies keeps their jobs in the United States as opposed to their original plan of shipping jobs overseas and weakening the middle class of America.
About last night... At @whitehouse 😃 #imwithher
This is too funny. Our #foxnews crew #feelingthebern at #WHCD in #DC #socialismmeetscapitalism #berniesanders #foxandfriends @foxandfriends #redcarpet
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Social media is playing a huge role in this year's presidential election. Each candidate and their supporters have been sharing behind-the-scenes photos and videos on Instagram, providing voters with an inside look at their everyday lives.
As the candidates fight to secure their party's nomination, they continue to use social media to reach America's youth.
There's always something happening -- from debates and primaries to attack ads and defensive remarks -- so stay locked here for updates on all things election 2016.
Click through the slideshow above to see this week's political scene.