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Texas gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke is starting a “college tour” at UT Austin

AUSTIN, Texas — Beto O’Rourke began his “Teacher Tour” in Texas on Monday morning at the University of Texas in Austin, Texas.

The Democratic gubernatorial candidate opened at UT’s LBJ Presidential Library at 10 a.m.

“Young people, like college students who are here right now, are actually going to address the outcome of this election,” O’Rourke said first on Monday’s tour. “The polls are up, the polls are down. They’re going to keep changing, and I think they’re likely to continue to converge after our early vote on October 24.”

O’Rourke’s marketing campaign mentioned 89 people registering to vote on Monday morning’s occasion.

Brand new Texas Decides poll — a joint effort of the Texas Hispanic Coverage Foundation (THPF) and TEGNA Texas broadcasters KVUE, KHOU, KENS, and WFAA — finds Republican incumbent Greg Abbott has a seven lead over O Factor (51% vs. 44%) ‘ Locke lied among the many likely voters running for Texas governor. View additional poll results.

THPF CEO Jason Villalba echoed O’Rourke’s view that young voters were critical to his victory.

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“While O’Rourke has identified a commendable and hard-working opponent, Governor Abbott will remain the political and spiritual leader of Texas politics until there is a major shift in the makeup of Texas citizens. Only It takes new voters to turn things around,” Villarba said.

Texans should register by October 11 to vote in the upcoming election. Early voting is from October 24th to November 4th. Election day is November 8th.

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