Tonight, gubernatorial candidate, and El Pasoan, Beto O'Rourke will face Texas governor Greg Abbott in a governor's debate.

Abbott announces the reopening of more Texas businesses
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As far as we know, this is the only debate for the two. Both men will face off in the November elections- election day is November 8 FYI!

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As we get closer and closer to election day, I'm starting to see more and more ads for governor Abbott, and the one I'm mainly getting is all about how dangerous O'Rourke is for Texas.

But I feel like they could have used other examples on why O'Rourke is dangerous for Texas for example:

O'Rourke hangs out with Willie Nelson too much, and you know what that means (right?)

O'Rourke is dangerous because he skateboards...without a helmet!

Speaking of O'Rourke skating- he's kind of a punk! He was once in a band called "Floss" and not only was the music rebellious, O'Rourke wore a dress! What kind of rocker wears a dress?! (Certainly not real rockers like Ozzy, Kurt Cobain or Iggy Pop).

O'Rourke is dangerous because he's too into heavy metal he was even seen at the recent Iron Maiden concert in El Paso.

And he was also spotted at the Metallica concert in 2019 at the Don Haskins Center.

That's the devil music for sure!

O'Rourke is dangerous because he cusses like a sailor- and what kind of example is that? (Even when it was during a speech on a school shooting).

Lastly, O'Rourke is dangerous because he gets kicked out of pressers and gets called a "sick son of a b*tch" by mayors.

All sarcasm aside, what is dangerous is you not voting!

You can find out if you're registered to vote by clicking here. Deadline to register to vote is October 11 and election day is November 8! Exercise your right to vote and let your voice be heard!

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