Throughout a Sunday morning interview, Beto O’Rourke delivered a Texas first message that rejected divisiveness and present why Republicans are scared.

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O’Rourke mentioned on CNN’s State Of The Union when requested if that is “his time:”

It’s not a lot my time. It’s the time for Texas to understand our full potential. We actually need to get again to doing the large issues on this state, specializing in creating the greatest jobs in America proper right here in Texas, world-class public colleges for our youngsters, and transferring ahead on common sense concepts, like increasing Medicaid, getting away from the extremism and divisiveness of Greg Abbott, the abortion ban that places a $10,000 bounty on the top of any Texas lady making an attempt to make her personal reproductive well being care choices, the permitless carry invoice he signed into legislation that permits anybody to hold a loaded firearm in public with none background verify, with none sort of coaching by any means, these insurance policies that pit Texans in opposition to each other are holding us from doing the large issues that we actually needs to be doing. 

I need to assist deliver this state collectively not as Democrats and not as Republicans however as Texans and get again after doing the large issues that Texas was recognized for. I don’t know a lot in regards to the nationwide political local weather. I do know what the folks in Texas need, and I need to make certain as a candidate and governor I ship on that. 

Rejecting Divisiness And Focusing On Native Points Scares Republicans

Beto O’Rourke got here inside an eyelash of beating Ted Cruz, and with hindsight being 20/20, he in all probability ought to have skipped the presidential candidacy to deal with working for governor.

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Republicans in Texas maintain making an attempt to make it harder to vote as a result of the enchantment of candidates like Beto O’Rourke is rising. O’Rourke has a pro-Texas message that’s hyperfocused on the state,

Greg Abbott is working the Trump playbook and messaging for Fox Information. Beto O’Rourke is speaking to each single household who’s sitting round their kitchen desk in Texas.