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Snow forces two congressmen on a bipartisan road trip from Texas to D.C. - singing along the way
by Katie Mettler
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15 March 2017
On 15 March 2017 The Washington Post reported:
Two Texas congressmen from different parties, one Chevy Impala, 1,600 miles, live-streamed. What could possibly go right? . . . Just hours earlier, the men weren't much more than colleagues, brought together ... because they shared a common predicament and destination. A blizzard in the northeast had canceled (Will) Hurd's flight back to Washington and delayed (Beto) O'Rourke's. They were due in the House for floor votes by 6 p.m. Wednesday. So O'Rourke, who had spent Monday in San Antonio talking to veterans with Hurd, proposed a radical idea: a cross-country road trip, broadcast live via Periscope and Facebook for all of America.
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... The adventure engaged other elected officials from the across the country, who phoned the congressmen to weigh in on policy issues and offer the weary travelers support.
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