The U.S. midterm elections is already next week, and Beto O'Rourke, who has served the U.S. Representative for Texas's 16th congressional district since 2013, is running for the Texas representative slot in an attempt to dethrone Ted Cruz. On Sunday, the politician received a huge endorsement when fellow Texan Travis Scott, joined him at a rally at the Bayland Community Center in Houston.

Twitter user @peytonrfane was at the gathering and caught La Flame's brief speech, as shown in the video below, supporting the 2018 Democratic candidate. "All the kids, we just need to go out, hit these polls," he said via megaphone, while surrounded by a crowd. "We can change the world, man." In a separate post via Instagram, Travis Scott documented the experience with a caption that reads, "Starts with the yungins."

In addition to Scott, former Houston Texans running back Arian Foster also showcased his support for Beto O'Rourke, and O'Rourke expressed how grateful he was in an accompanying post via Instagram. "Big thanks to Houston's @travisscott and @arianfoster for joining us to spread the word about voting," he wrote.

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