Senate candidates Cruz, O'Rourke hold rallies in San Antonio

SAN ANTONIO – U.S. Senate candidates Ted Cruz and Beto O'Rourke were in San Antonio Tuesday, holding campaign rallies and visiting with voters across the city.

Incumbent Republican Cruz held a rally at the Buckhorn Saloon and Museum.

Cruz and Sen. John Cornyn will travel to Georgetown and Killeen for rallies in those cities.

Democratic challenger O'Rourke stopped at eight San Antonio polling sites to visit with voters before concluding the day with a campaign rally.

O'Rourke started at the Claude Black Center and moved to the Brooke Hollow Library. After, he was at UTSA's Bexar Room.

His schedule included a visit to the Great Northwest Library and a visit to Palo Alto College's Ozuna Library and Learning Center.

O'Rourke's poll place visits continued into the final hours of early voting on Tuesday with a visit to Lion's Field, followed by a stop at Las Palmas Library and a final stop at Maverick Library.

After the polling place stops, O'Rourke held a rally at Cowboys Dancehall, where the norteño group Intocable performed a free concert.