Ted Cruz Holds Solid Lead In Polls After Beto O’Rourke Record Setting Donations!

PHOTO:  Marjorie Kamys Cotera: O’Rourke/Robin Jerstad: Cruz

Article by Bryan Howard

October 17, 2018

The Texas Senate race has been the most watched race of the mid-terms for both sides of the political aisle. Beto O’Rourke had a record setting number of donations of nearly $40 million in the third quarter alone. Majority of the donations come from celebrities, Soros, and illegal foreign donations. The State of Texas has resilient citizens who can not be bought nor swayed by the rich and famous for their morals and they are sticking with Ted Cruz.

New Polls were released and Ted Cruz has 52% of the registered voters who will be supporting Cruz, while O’Rourke only received 45% support. Of the individuals asked only 3% were undecided and that will not be enough for Beto O’Rourke to take down Ted Cruz if he attains all the undecideds. This is the fourth week in a row Senator Ted Cruz received at least half of the votes in the polls.

Celebrities and the ultra rich like George Soros and Tom Steyer have been trying to buy the state of Texas and make it a progressive California, but it seems that Texans have to much pride. Texas is the ultimate battle ground for this cancer of leftism because they know Texas is the beating heart of American exceptionalism, and if they can destroy Texas and their pride the rest of America will fall. Texas citizens need to stay strong and never fold to the pressure of the left.

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