"I don't think anybody in that race knows what it's like".
Beto on rural broadband: "They can't go to Tinder and find a date tonight to find that special person who's going to make the difference in their lives".
The comment was met with laughter from the audience.
To that end, O'Rourke, who visited South Texas 10 times during his 2018 Senate campaign, was asked about various policies on Thursday at multiple town halls in Iowa as he began campaigning.
After Cruz defeated O'Rourke, the former congressman revealed that he was mulling over running for president in 2020, despite repeatedly claiming that it was a "definitive no" regarding whether he would run or not.
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Is Beto O'Rourke pandering or is his message lost in translation?
"I think the voters will decide", said Sen. The Democratic field is so diverse, the ticket will likely have a man and a woman. Elizabeth Warren, Cory Booker, Kamala Harris, Bernie Sanders and Amy Klobuchar, former Gov. John Hickenlooper, Gov. Jay Inslee, ex-San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro, Rep. Tulsi Gabbard, former Rep. John Delaney, author Marianne Williamson and former tech executive Andrew Yang.
"We can free ourselves from the distinction of being the country that imprisons more of its fellow citizens than any other country on the face of the planet", O'Rourke said.
While Biden is favored for a presidential run, Associated Press reported that Abrams is in the midst of deciding whether to challenge Republican Sen.
"We shared a common goal", said Ted Houghton, a local financial adviser and longtime O'Rourke donor who raised money for former GOP Texas Gov. Rick Perry, and helped steer millions in state transportation funding to the city.