We looked inside some of the tweets by @BetoORourke and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Rankings (sorted by number of followers)
259. in category Politics
378. in category Society
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I am running to serve you as the next president. The challenges we face are the greatest in living memory. No one person can meet them on their own. Only this country can do that, and only if we build a movement that includes all of us. Say you're in: http://BetoORourke.com
Thank you to Consuelo's for hosting our Manchester town hall. Looking forward to being back in the community again soon.
We must support our teachers, prioritize our public schools, and fully invest in the students inside our classrooms. But that can only happen if we finally ensure there is equity in education.
Let's free the Dreamers from the fear of deportation and make them U.S. citizens today.
Beautiful morning in Portsmouth for a coffee town hall to start the day. Now on the road to Manchester! Hope to see you soon at Consuelos Taqueria. – at Popovers on the Square
Driving across the country from Iowa to New Hampshire meant having the chance to hold town hall meetings in Wisconsin, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania. Here's a recap from our visits:
Ended an incredible day across New Hampshire with a town hall at UNH. We've had the opportunity to visit with Granite Staters in six counties over the last 24 hours. Looking forward to seeing you in the remaining four counties of the state tomorrow. – at University of New Hampshire
But we must also ensure that this flooding, that Houston's 3rd 500-year flood in 3yrs, that 5yrs of drought in Wichita Falls,that climate related crises don't continue to become more frequent. Ultimately another reminder that we must do our part to address climate change head on.
Thinking of those families and communities impacted by the flooding across the Midwest. We need to do everything we can to support them, aid them, assist them in recovering and rebuilding after this disaster. Here's one way to help tonight:
Thanks to everyone who joined us for a town hall in Conway this afternoon including Ms. Murdough's AP Government class from Kennett High School.
See you tonight, UNH! We'll be meeting up in the Hamilton Smith Building at 7:00. Everyone is welcome.
RSVP for Austin: https://www.facebook.com/events/392913141524009/ …
RSVP for Houston: https://www.facebook.com/events/357425991537771/ …
RSVP for El Paso here: https://www.facebook.com/events/365297017400870/ …
On March 30th, we're officially kicking off this grassroots campaign with three events in three Texas cities, starting in my hometown of El Paso. We want you to be a part of this historic day. Join us in: ➡️El Paso at 10am ➡️Houston at 5pm ➡️Austin at 9pm
An impressive group coming together at White Mountain Cafe & Bookstore in Gorham. A truly informative discussion on the unique challenges faced by rural communities including a lack of access to broadband, capital, jobs, health care, mental health care, and services for veterans.
Plymouth State University for a town hall with students and those in the community. Thanks for joining us!
We need universal background checks in the United States of America.