Ted Cruz married Heidi Cruz in 2001 after they met in 2000 when Heidi was working as an economic policy director on the Bush for President campaign.
Cruz worked as a domestic policy consultant for George W. Bush’s presidential campaign in 1999, counseling then-Governor Bush on a wide variety of policy and legal issues, including civil justice, criminal justice, constitutional law, immigration, and government reform.
He contributed to gathering the Bush legal team, planning strategy, and writing papers for submission with the Supreme Court of Florida and the United States Supreme Court in the case Bush v. Gore during the 2000 Florida presidential recounts.
To Bush’s legal team, Cruz recruited future Chief Justice John Roberts and notable attorney Mike Carvin.
Who is Ted Cruz’ Wife Heidi Cruz?
The wife of Ted Cruz is Heidi Cruz.
This American entrepreneur, born Heidi Suzanne Cruz on August 7, 1972, known professionally as Heidi Cruz is the managing director of Goldman Sachs since 2012.
The wife of Ted Cruz, Heidi Cruz attended Claremont McKenna College, the Université libre de Bruxelles, and Harvard Business School for her academic education.
She worked as an economic policy consultant for George W. Bush’s presidential campaign in 2000 and then served in the Bush administration in numerous capacities, including as a Treasury Department and National Security Council advisor.
She began her career as a private wealth manager at Goldman Sachs in 2005.
When did Ted Cruz Get Married?
Ted Cruz met his wife Heidi Cruz in 2000 when she was working as an economic policy director on the Bush for President campaign. The duo tied the not the following year (2001).