Published: Wed, November 07, 2018
Worldwide | By Angelina Lucas

Beto O'Rourke Loses To Republican Ted Cruz In Texas

Beto O'Rourke Loses To Republican Ted Cruz In Texas

Ted Cruz on Tuesday, but he delivered an impassioned concession speech that focused heavily on the groundbreaking network of support that helped fuel his bid for Congress.

After Sen. Ted Cruz narrowly won re-election in one of the 2018 midterm election's closest races across the country, Democratic nominee O'Rourke gave a passionate concession speech.

"That's the first news of the evening...they can now open investigations into the President and we can finally find out if Donald Trump has ever done anything unethical", Colbert, 54, stated according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Cruz tied himself to Trump in the final days of the campaign, inviting the president for a major rally in Texas.

O'Rourke raised more than $70 million during the heated Senate race, including more than $38 million from the July to September campaign period alone.

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A Texas Democrat hasn't won any of the almost 30 statewide offices since 1994, the country's longest losing streak.

Trump and Cruz were bitter 2016 rivals, but the president visited Houston late last month to solidify the senator's win.

"It's the time for choosing". That total shattered the U.S. Senate's existing fundraising record and easily surpassed Cruz's fundraising effort, which produced roughly $40 million. "They're energised", Cruz said on Monday. He insists he won't run for any office higher than Senate, but that's done little to quash speculation that he could challenge Trump for the presidency in two years.

In El Paso, on the other side of the state, O'Rourke told supporters he had called Cruz to congratulate him and offered to work with him to move Texas forward.

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