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Beto O’rourke’s 2020 bid draws mixed reactions in El Paso, Texas

in the vicinityVideoO ‘Rourke’ s decision gets mixed reaction in El Paso

O’rourke announced a decision for the Democratic presidential primary race

EL PASO, Texas – the Right printing company began printing the shirts as soon as they open from 10 o’clock in the morning on Thursday.

The clothes featured phrases such as “Beto 2020”, with an image of the former El Paso, Texas members of Congress, Old glory sunglasses.

“It’s cool to know that someone from El Paso, a city like ours, can strive to do something incredible,” designer Patrick Gabaldon, said Beto O ‘Rourke’ s decision to enter the crowded field of Democratic presidential candidates.

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Gabaldon creation of the first images, when O’rourke was for the Senate seat against incumbent Ted Cruz in the last year, a race that is driven O’rourke in the national spotlight.

While he ultimately lost the midterm elections, Cruz a couple of percentage points, O’rourke won a degree of popularity and was known for his fundraising abilities, trigger an eye-popping $80 million for his run.

Although he initially said he was not going to a presidential run, O’rourke, Vice versa, the decision, the announcement in the early hours of Thursday morning.

“Amy and I are happy to share with you that I am running to serve you as the next President of the United States of America,” he said in a video.

Around noon, several people he had asked, the T-shirts. Excitement among El Pasoans have grown.

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The correct printing of several shirts with O’rourke, a few hours after the El Paso native announced his decision on social media. Some people have requested the T-shirts.
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“I think he is a good run. I think he is much better [than] our current President. And, I am a democratic person. So he has my vote,” said Alan Zambrano.

O’rourke was the fight in Iowa, the first few stops on his choice. He went to Keokuk, Fort Madison, Burlington, and Muscatine, rally voters and sharing his views for the country.

He called for a guaranteed, high-quality health and climate protection.

“This is our last chance, the scientists are absolutely unanimous that we are not more than 12 years to take incredibly bold action in this crisis,” said O’rourke.

Still, some are less than delighted with his run.

“I’m not in support of him as a candidate. I think, to sort that the Democrats, to do what you go to. I believe that President Trump will continue as President, and I would like to Beto the best of luck,” said Steven Nagy.

Others say they have little trust in the political system at all.

O’rourke won a national notoriety in the last year, while running for the Senate against sen. Ted Cruz. He was known for his Fundraising abilities, though he ultimately lost the race.
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“I’m disappointed with the representation of the people. I feel that our political leaders are more representatives of big business ” and money, as the people in the entire U. S,” said Tafari Nugent.

Although some say, O ‘ Rourke throws candidacy of excitement among Texans, politics professor Todd Curry of the University of Texas at El Paso, is the custodian of terms, the candidates were able to.these flip red state

“I still think we have to wait a few more legislative periods, to Texas in game is set,” said Curry.

O’rourke is set to hold a kickoff rally in El Paso on June 30. March.

Fox News’ Charles Watson contributed to this report.

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