A new, 50's inspired song parody is urging Beto O'Rouke supporters to get their early votes in! As the midterm elections draw closer by the day, we've seen more support videos for both candidates, Senator Ted Cruz and his opponent Beto O'Rouke. It seems the more creative, intricate and interesting a video is the more viral it becomes. We saw earlier in the week the supporter-created video where people tried to learn how to properly pronounce Beto's nickname. Now, Beto supporters Esther's Follies, along with Originator Studios and Wise Visuals have taken to song and dance to proclaim their support and remind voters that early voting begins on October 22nd. The video was uploaded to the popular Facebook page Texans For Beto. The video has received 1,500 likes and been shared almost 3,000 times. Check out the sweet, support video above and remember no matter if you're voting for Cruz or O'Rouk, just vote! Your vote counts and can make the difference for either candidate.

If you're registered to vote and want to early vote, you can from October 22nd until November 2nd. If you would like to find out where you can go to early vote, check out your local Early Voting CLerk For State and County Elections. Watch more hilarious videos at the Texans For Beto Facebook page.

Democratic Senate Candidate Beto O'Rourke Campaigns In Houston
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