WATCH: Night three coverage of RNC in Cleveland

"Make America First Again" is theme for the third night of the Republican National Convention, but the bigger story was the drama of the evening.

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Mike Pence framed the November presidential race as crucial to defining the makeup of the Supreme Court for the next 40 years.
 
The GOP vice presidential nominee says voters must ensure that it's Donald Trump picking the next high court justices.
 
The Indiana governor says Democrat Hillary Clinton would choose justices who would take unconstitutional actions.
 
He says it's crucial to elect Trump to protect the Second Amendment, "the sanctity of life" and other liberties. The Republican vice presidential nominee called Hillary Clinton the "secretary of the status quo."
 
Mike Pence once swore off negative campaigning. But the Indiana governor is really going after Clinton in his GOP convention speech Wednesday night. Pence says Democrats are going with a stale agenda and the most predictable candidate.
 
Pence played on one of Trump's most well-known catchphrase. He says that under Trump, change in the country will be "huge." The Indiana governor also says Trump won't ever turn his back on American service members, either.

In earlier action Thursday, Ted Cruz finished second in the delegate count to Donald Trump, but the Texas senator isn't ready to endorse the Republican presidential nominee.

Cruz is taking his turn on the stage at the Republican National Convention - and he's stopping short of endorsing his former rival.

Cruz says in remarks released before he began speaking that Americans should "vote your conscience." He never says they should vote for Trump.

Trump and Cruz engaged in bitter recriminations during the Republican primaries. Trump repeatedly referred to Cruz as "Lyin' Ted." Cruz said Trump was a "pathological liar."

Cruz is saying almost nothing about Trump in his speech. But he's heaping criticism on Democrat Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration.

Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is telling Republicans who are on the fence about supporting Donald Trump for president that "we can't wait four more years."

Walker says in a speech to the Republican National Convention that "America deserves better than Hillary Clinton."

Walker - who was one of Trump's early challengers before dropping out of the race last year - says a vote for a protest vote for a third-party candidate is essentially a vote for Democrat Clinton.

The "lock her up" chant - the "her" is Hillary Clinton - is in full roar again at the Republican National Convention.

The chant returned early in Wednesday evening's session, with Florida Gov. Rick Scott on stage criticizing the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee.

Scott says Clinton won't protect the borders, eliminate Islamic extremism or create jobs.

He says: "Hillary fails. She fails. She fails. She fails." The governor says Democrats have "led us to a cliff."

 

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