Beto O’Rourke Picks Up Two Huge Endorsements Ahead of Election

Beto O’Rourke Picks Up Two Huge Endorsements Ahead of Election

O'Rourke, whose Beto for Texas campaign shelled out $5.37 million on Facebook sites from May to October 20, was the biggest spender in that period on ads 'related to politics and issues of national importance, ' Facebook said.

While O'Rourke leads Cruz in fundraising and spending, the polls give Cruz a almost 7-point lead on average.

"This Senate race between O'Rourke and Cruz is one of the most highly watched matchups in this year's midterm elections, with the result expected to be closer than usual for the traditionally Republican state", wrote Marina Fang at The Huffington Post.

O'Rourke, in contrast, has called for an end to the militarization of U.S. immigration enforcement, supports the DREAM Act, which ensures undocumented immigrants brought to the United States as children can have a path to USA citizenship.

"Congressman O'Rourke is the number one Democratic fundraiser in the country", said Cruz about the election. "I know that he was our hope, that he could bring civility, and that he was someone that could work across cross party lines", said Beverly Beavers-Brooks, a Tyler resident.

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Part of this jump could be tied to the fact that earlier this month Beto O'Rourke was endorsed by two major Texas newspapers - The Houston Chronicle and the Dallas Morning News. He made it a priority to visit all 254 counties in Texas during the race, something that few candidates do.

"Whether you're black, white, Hispanic, whatever your gender is, whatever your race is - he speaks for everybody".

Early voting runs through next Friday, Nov. 2. So even though the independents are leaning toward O'Rourke, that doesn't mean he's going to win. O'Rourke gave his supporters the usual unscripted remarks, speaking in Spanish at times, but he didn't mention Cruz by name, or pick fights.

The professor said he thinks the biggest liability for O'Rourke is the sense that he is too liberal on social and cultural issues from kneeling for the flag to prayer.

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