Some more big news out of Texas courtesy of Public Policy Polling’s latest poll:
The survey by the left-leaning pollster shows Cruz slightly ahead with 48 percent of the vote compared to O'Rourke's 45 percent. That's well within the poll's 4-point margin of error.
The PPP poll comes a day after a Reuters/Ipsos/University of Virginia Center for Politics survey showed O'Rourke with a slight 2-point advantage over Cruz. Taken together, the polls underscore the increasingly competitive nature of the race.
O'Rourke, a three-term representative, mounted what appeared to be a long-shot bid for Cruz's Senate seat last year. Texas hasn't elected a Democrat to the Senate in three decades, and statewide offices are dominated by Republicans.
PPP surveyed 613 registered Texas voters from Sept. 19-20 on behalf of Protect Our Care. This is the fourth poll to come out this week and the third one to show that this race is in toss-up territory. We have to keep up the momentum here. Tomorrow night, Beto debates Cruz but let’s help him get ready ahead of time. Click here to donate and get involved with Beto's campaign.