For more than two decades, Texas has been an overwhelmingly Republican state, with GOP candidates dominating most political races at the state and federal level. But this year is different. Democratic candidate Beto O’Rourke has raised hopes of turning this border state into disputed territory with his dead heat battle against Senator Ted Cruz. The outcome of the electoral contest could affect the balance of power in the Senate and deal a serious setback to the Trump administration. Joy Diaz reports from Austin, Texas.
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