Elizabeth Warren, Julian Castro hold town hall at Sunset Station Lone Star Pavilion

‘We need to dream big and fight hard.'

SAN ANTONIOUpdated at 6:15 p.m.:

Elizabeth Warren and Julian Castro’s town hall at Sunset Station Lone Star Pavilion is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. You can watch the livestream in the video player above when it begins.

Updated at 3:41 p.m.:

Elizabeth Warren has arrived in San Antonio for her town hall event with Julian Castro.

The two paid a visit to Mi Tierra Restaurant, visiting with patrons in the restaurant.

KSAT 12 News anchor Steve Spriester interviewed Warren about her campaign for Super Tuesday. You can watch the interview by clicking here.

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Texas is one of the biggest Super Tuesday prizes, which is why Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren will be in San Antonio on Thursday to share her vision with our community.

Julian Castro, former San Antonio mayor and Housing and Urban Development secretary, spoke to KSAT ahead of the visit.

The former presidential candidate endorsed Warren days after ending his bid for the White House. He said Warren wants to come to San Antonio to talk about her vision for the country’s future and how it relates to Texans.

“She’s not taking any vote for granted. She’s going to compete here in Texas. I think that she can do well,” Castro said. “I encourage folks to get out and vote during early voting, and then if not, certainly on Election Day.”

Castro said Warren is picking up momentum after the recent debates, and he’s sure that she can win in Texas.

The pair will be at the Sunset Station Lone Star Pavilion at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday. A town hall will follow and is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. The event is free and open to the public, according to Warren’s website.

Tickets aren’t required for the event. However, Warren urges attendees to RSVP on her website.

Admission will be first come, first served.

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