The midterm elections are only two weeks away and the race for Texas’s open Senate seat couldn’t be closer. Incumbent Republican Ted Cruz is fighting to hold on to his job, but a website bearing his name is benefitting his opponent, Democrat Beto O’Rourke.
Cruz, a firebrand Canadian-born conservative and former federal prosecutor seeking a second term, somehow overlooked purchasing tedcruz.com, which is now a pro-O’Rourke site.
The simply laid-out page one clear message: down with Cruz.
“In 2016 Ted Cruz said: ‘We deserve leaders who stand for principle.'”
”VOTE AND SUPPORT BETO O’ROURKE!!!”
The site is drawing a lot of excitement.
The Twitterverse is urging voters to go to tedcruz.com to learn more about their favorite candidate.
Go to https://t.co/fMR2KVY5mj right now. Just do it.
— Dana Goldberg (@DGComedy) October 18, 2018
Good for Cruz, finally getting his name out there. He clearly has tons of fans.
Ted Cruz finally has his own website! A must visit https://t.co/VNhPj9R1CQ
— Brandon Zuniga (@BrandonJZuniga) October 23, 2018
— Raz M Taz (@RazzzzMMMaTaazz) October 23, 2018
Go to https://t.co/UNJSEi05qe.
I didn't do it!
— Connie here-for-Outlander Sandlin (@Yr_Obt_Svt) October 18, 2018
— ~IMAGINE~ (@Port1L) October 22, 2018
Hey go to https://t.co/blGUcjm6C5 real quick!
— Impeach before it’s too late (@DaniScotchIrish) October 21, 2018
— tedrick holmes (@tedrick_holmes) October 23, 2018
— Lisa 🌟 (@ldstarr18) October 22, 2018
— Shireen S. (@shireen14) October 18, 2018
A MUST SEE FOLKS – go to https://t.co/DNMEgkwkns and see what he has to say!
— nyli (@nyli) October 22, 2018
You’d think someone as adept as Cruz would have bought the domain matching his name. Nope.
I read a couple weeks ago that the URL and a couple more with his name on them were bought up by some #Resistance activists and that they were preparing to help @BetoORourke out in the closing weeks of the election.
This is perfect!
— Vote November 6th (@AngieinWAState) October 18, 2018
Rookie mistake! Can't believe his campaign mgr didn't reserve the domain.
— Call Your Reps Daily (@SherrynAdair) October 18, 2018
His campaign manager probably doesn't like him either.
— Mariblue (@maregolden) October 18, 2018
Vote for Beto O'Rourke!
– Ted Cruz
— (((R.A. Roth Seconds That Emotion))) (@fantagor) October 18, 2018
O’Rourke knew what to do.