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Texas Senate Candidates Release Merch

If you want to pick up gear to show your support for your favorite senate candidates, then you could be in luck.

All three candidates running for the U.S. Senate in Texas currently have gear available for supporters through their websites. Shirts, yard signs and bumper stickers are staples on each of candidate's website, but there are more goodies to be found for supporters of the Senate contenders.

Here's a list of what to expect from each candidate's store:

Ted Cruz (Republican)

Most expensive item: 500 Yard Signs ($1,280)

Cheapest item: Bumper sticker ($5)

Senator Ted Cruz's campaign website features a store that show some throwbacks to when the Republican firebrand first ran for president in 2016. Cruz's store then featured Christmas sweaters and more, while today's store features signed basketballs, headbands, "Cruzies" and more. Yard signs are also available in packages ranging from singles ($9.99) to 500 signs ($1,280). 

Beto O'Rourke (Democratic)

Most expensive item: 500 Yard Signs ($1,280)

Cheapest item: Bumper Sticker ($4)

Beto O'Rourke's campaign store features a very eclectic group of apparel items, including t-shirts sporting different designs and more. O'Rourke's campaign is also offering yard sign sets, flyers, stickers, yard signs and other items. O'Rourke is also the only candidate offering a traditional campaign staple: buttons.

  Neal Dikeman (Libertarian)

Most expensive item: Patron pack ($200)

Cheapest item: Bumper sticker ($5)

Neal Dikeman, the Libertarian nominee, also recently launched his campaign's store. Dikeman features a few t-shirt designs, hats, yard signs and more. However, his biggest item is the "Patron Pack," which includes a yard sign, signed campaign cartoon, and ten postcards.

(FROM LEFT) Cruz, O'Rourke, Dikeman  Photos by Campaigns

(FROM LEFT) Cruz, O'Rourke, Dikeman

Photos by Campaigns

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