- Sanford Nowlin
- Beto O'Rourke supporters show their allegiance outside the senate candidate's final San Antonio campaign stop.
During Sunday evening rally at Alamo City Music Hall, the Democratic underdog asked attendees to keep
"This is what it will take — every single one of us doing everything we can in the 50 or so hours before this election is decided," O'Rourke said during a speech frequently drowned out by audience cheers. "That means if you've knocked on doors for us, if you've made phone calls, if you've texted, I need you to do some more of that after we leave here."
O'Rourke also asked them to consider taking time off work or skipping class, which brought a cheer from the capacity crowd of around a thousand people.
"You can learn that stuff later," he said to laughter. "We'll never get this election back."