A shooting in Beto O'Rourke's hometown has thrown his flailing presidential campaign back into the spotlight.
O'Rourke is being praised for his response to the El Paso Mass Shooting that killed 22 people.
Texas citizens want him to run for Senate.
The Houston Chronicle is begging O'Rourke to quit the Presidential race and focus on the senate.
But O'Rourke and his team don't want to hear it.
His numbers haven’t budged in the most recently released national polls.
The latest Morning Consult poll put O’Rourke at 3 percent nationally.
That's the same position he held before pausing his campaign and returning to El Paso.