Steve Kornacki Dives Into Early Voting Patterns In Key Midterm States | NBC News
NBC News
Published on Oct 25, 2018
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“Which party’s voters are the most passionate? We dig into early voting patterns in seven states. Steve Kornacki breaks it down with Sean Trende from Real Clear Politics.” -as quoted from youtube website

H. A. Goodman
Streamed live 4 hours ago (10-22-18)
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“The Green Party could have been a force, but, Bernie didn’t want that.” – Goodman

Texas Tribune 2018 Texas Primary results

    ✓ Beto O’Rourke 641,337 61.8%

    D Sema Hernandez 246,313 23.7

    D Edward Kimbrough 150,149 14.5

Dallas News: Beto O’rourke’s Primary Win Doesn’t Bode Well for Unseating Ted Cruz
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    “On Tuesday, O’Rourke won just 62 percent of the Democratic vote, while one of his lesser known challengers — Houston progressive Sema Hernandez — not only garnered nearly a quarter of the vote share but captured dozens of counties, especially along the border. “- Dallas News

Can Beto O’Rourke really beat Ted Cruz in Texas?

Washington Post
Published on Oct 22, 2018

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Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke square off in final debate before midterm election
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Split Decision: Ted Cruz and Beto O’Rourke face off on more than just NFL Kneeling
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Texas 3rd Party
Texas Tribune
Third Party Candidates Texas Libertarians Independents 2018
by Alex Samuels
Published July 31, 2018

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“Texas has eight independent candidates running for office, and the Libertarians whill be on the statewide ballot once again.”

The Libertarian Party of Texas
2018 Candidates
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Neal Dikeman

As of yesterday both the UT Texas Orator, which has launched a petition, and the Texas A&M Battalion have published our Open Letter to Congressman O’Rourke and Senator Cruz calling for debates at UT, A&M and Sul Ross State.

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We had a fiery chat with Libertarian candidate for Senate, Neal Dikeman about all things budget, spending and running a Senate race against Robert “Beto” O’Rourke and Rafael “Ted” Cruz. Neal spent most of his career as a successful venture capitalist, in the world’s tech capital, Silicon Valley and the world’s energy capital, Houston. He has been a venture capitalist at Jane Capital, the firm he co-founded at age 25 and helped build into a leading player at Cleantech.

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Learn more about Neal Dikeman:

Clean Technology

“I am a partner in Jane Capital Partners LLC, a merchant and investment banking firm focused on energy & environmental technology. I work with start-ups on their technology commercializations, as well as multi-nationals who want to acquire or invest in the industry. I am from Houston, Texas originally, began my career in investment banking in the oil industry, but have a soft spot for technologies that can change the way we power our lives and the effect we have on the environment.”

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The Amarillo Pioneer
Dikeman Looks to use Data/Liberty to win Senate Seat: – link

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