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  1. (Thank you, Freeborn county of Minnesota, what would we do without you)
  2. (You know you’re doing something wrong if you do worse than Gravel in more than one state, oh well come on Texas, the reliable gimme some delegates)
  3. Gil Cisneros holds a rally alongside Beto O'Rourke in Anaheim, California. "You know, winning the mega millions and all, I'vve got pretty good luck and I'm defintely hoping that it rubs off on Congressman O'Rourke. (Chuckles) But on a serious note, as a politician I'm always thinking about my twin boys, their future and how I can affect that as a congressman and I always keep that in mind. We are facing a crisis, climate change is going to grow worse and worse over the next few decades, and I'm always worried about my children's future, how horrible it is going to be if we don't act when it comes to cutting carbon emissions. I doubt there is another candidate with the same urgency, with same drive to try and make sure that our children, our grandchildren will have a future. Beto has smart policies on the matter, has consulted with many experts, tried to make it as comprehensive as possible, and I believe that will make all the difference should he be elected president. And that is why I am endorsing Beto, because by betting on Beto, I'm betting on our future"
  4. Rep. Cindy Axne of Iowa takes the time to drive up to Minnesota for a couple of days, mainly meeting with farmers and rural voters. Beto O'Rourke's campaign has not performed well in the state, and yet no candidate seems to be above all the others in the state, therefore Beto is hoping maybe he might be able to outperform like he did in Iowa. She talks about how Beto plans to help farmers, while also keeping the trade war, saying "When was the last time the US went to war alone? Never, Never. If we want China to be responsible for manipulating currency, for all the things they've done, then we must bring our allies in together with us, and we to show to China that this trade war is no joke, and that they will be held accountable. I think a key factor for why Trump didn't bring allies with him was because of how he's worsening US relations with basically every country in the world, apart from Russia and North Korea. Let me assure you that Beto will ensure global cooperation, further American relations with our allies, and make sure that the farmers of this country will never have to suffer again"
  5. Beto O'Rourke holds a massive campaign event in Houston, Texas alongside longtime friend and surrogate Rep. Salud Carbajal. "Now more than ever is the time where we need to make one of the most important decisions of our lives. We need to end the rapid political polarization that this country is facing, we need to cut carbon emissions before it's too late and we seal our fate, we need to regulate firearms before more innocent lives, innocent children are massacred. Now is the time to unite, now is the time to create a movement together. I every single of the first four states, our campaign has performed unbelievably well, and it is because of our philosophy, our mission to once again unify and unite Americans to all collectively make great change together that this has been possible in four very different states. We need to save the future, the future of our children, the future of our grandchildren and the road starts here, now let's take Super Tuesday right on, and let's give Donald Trump a message"
  6. Rep. Juan Vargas and Beto O'Rourke hold a rally in San Diego, during which the Representative announces his endorsement for Beto. "When I was thinking about who the best candidate for the democratic nomination would be, I first thought, who will fix the horrible mess at the border and put into place effective and smart policies based on actual personal knowledge of immigration, and immediately Beto O'Rourke comes to mind. No other candidate seems to understand how to fix the problem with immigration and no other candidate will unite us more as a nation, and that is why I'm backing him to be our next POTUS"
  7. Amy O'Rourke holds a rally in Nashville, talking about her husband's plans for healthcare. "The time is now to act on healthcare, to implement a comprehensive plan that will ensure that every American has a right to get access to healthcare, and I think all the democratic candidates want to achieve this. However, we need a plan that will be implemented, will be passed in congress, not something that a president will spend endless hours to pass when, in reality, it will never get further than Washington. My husband wants to ensure that my healthcare plan will be able to say daylight, and that it will give Americans the choice to switch to Medicare, which I know is very important because a lot of people actually enjoy the healthcare plan they have now and are scared, worried of what will happen if Medicare for All becomes a reality. To those people, to people who need healthcare, to people who can't stand political promises knowing it won't make it any further than congress, I say that my husband has you covered"
  8. The Beto O'Rourke campaign announces it finally has its act together after slipping in the polls across the nation following much of the moderate vote to shift over to Governor Mcauliffe. The campaign announced it was focusing heavily on California and Texas, hoping big results in both states is exactly what Beto needs to revive his path to the nomination. Beto spends the next few days almost exclusively campaigning in those two states, leaving the rallies and campaign events in other states to his surrogates. The O'Rourke campaign releases massive ad campaigns in California and Texas. The ad campaign in California, which is featured in Facebook ads and on television, focuses on Governor Gavin Newsom and Rep. Karen Bass, while also talking about something Californians have always been very vocal about, banning assault weapons and trying to end gun violence. The picture below shows Gov. Newsom giving a speech on why he endorsed Beto in Santa Barbara, California. When asked about his more informal attire, he chuckled saying he has to "dress like Beto because I'm supporting Beto"
  9. The O’Rourke campaign spends massive funds on ad campaigns across all Super Tuesday states. (5/5) (Osrry this all I had time for, will we’d make up for it tomorrow)
  10. Amy O’Rourke holds a massive campaign event in Little Rock, Arkansas, taking about Joe the federal government has failed us and how Beto will fix this. (4/5)
  11. Beto O’Rourke holds ralllies in his home state, in Dallas and El Paso. He talks about how they stood by him during the race for the Senate and encourages them to support him in the Democratic nomination. He also talks about how he will tackle the immigration issue at the border. (3/5)
  12. Beto O’Rourke spends a couple of days campaigning in major Californian cities alongside Governor Gavin Newsom. He focuses primarily on his policies for gun control, slamming the other candidates for not willing to take serious action to prevent gun violence across the nation. (placeholder, 2/5)
  13. Beto O’Rourke holds a rally in Denver alongside Gov. John Hickenlooper. He talks about his plans to cut carbon emissions and his ability to beat Donald Trump in the general election. (These are placeholders, will rewrite them tomorrow but won’t repost to keep things convenient) (1/5)
  14. Beto O’Rourke attends mass at a church in a predominantly black neighborhood alongside Rep. Karen Bass, chair of the congressional black caucus. He talks about his plans to extensively study reparations, as well as the comprehensive actions Beto is going to take to try and reduce the income inequality for minorities, stating that centuries of wrongdoing must be undone now.
  15. Beto O’Rourke holds a massive rally alongside Rep. Joe Cunningham in Columbia, talking about his plans to massively reform education for the better, especially when it comes to minorities.
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