A campaigning Ted Cruz made a stop in El Paso last week to speak to his constituents at Franklin High School.

Current U.S. Senator Ted Cruz is currently running for his re-election campaign in the 2018 midterm elections facing off against Democrat Beto O'Rourke in the upcoming election in November.


This past Saturday, October 13th, Cruz was in El Paso addressing his constituents in hopes of being re-elected once again to maintain his seat in the Senate as we get closer to the election in just a few weeks. The rally was held at Franklin High School in west El Paso and according to a friend of mine who attended, there was a good crowd of over 2,000 people, some sporting their MAGA hats with plenty of security on the premises and around the school. Cruz who spoke for about 20 minutes touched on unemployment, taxes and of course immigration and had the crowd excited while chanting, ‘USA!, USA!’.

Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke will meet for their second and probably last debate tonight, Tuesday, October 16th beginning at 8 p.m. in San Antonio, Texas.

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