Republican Senator of Texas, Ted Cruz, is expected to reveal his mind over running for presidential election in 2016 on Monday, according to media report.
Citing top advisers to the Texas senator, a Houston Chronicle report said that Cruz will be launching his presidential bid completely without opting for the traditional path of forming the exploratory committee.
With the announcement, Cruz would become the first Republican leader to officially declare his presidential candidature for contesting the 2016 election in the US.
The leading conservative, who was elected to the Senate in the year 2012, is also scheduled to address the gathering at Liberty University in Virginia on Monday.
Last weekend, Cruz was on a visit to politically important New Hampshire. According to the political analysts, the state is very significant for the presidential runners due to its early primary.
Cruz had also visited Iowa, another major early state, eyeing to woo the supporters.
Last week, Cruz has reportedly said that he has been receiving “very encouraging” support from the people for his presidential run.
The Texas Senator aims at raising between USD 40 million and USD 50 million over the course of the primary campaign, according to a media report.