Fact-checkers have noted O’Rourke has said the duties of Immigration and Customs Enforcement might be shifted to another agency. Also, on the oil tax, O’Rourke actually voted against a nonbinding measure opposing the idea. It was in the context of former President Barack Obama’s discussing ways to raise money for infrastructure. “No, instead, the media covers, it’s all rainbows and puppies,” Cruz said of O’Rourke’s press coverage, which he dismissed as “puff pieces,” a derisive term. “And he’s got really good hair,” Cruz said. “Apparently, we are electing a clump of hair.” Also Friday, as Cruz stumped in his hometown, he granted lengthy sit-down interviews with Houston TV stations, including Univision. The Cruz campaign also released a Spanish-language digital ad in which his father, Rafael, said his son “understands that liberty needs to be protected.” But protecting Ted Cruz’s Senate seat is job No. 1 right now. And Friday brought ominous news. O’Rourke raised $38.1 million in the third quarter, shattering national records for Senate fundraising. Cruz raised more than $12 million. “That is the most money ever raised in a U.S. Senate race in Texas in history,” Cruz said of his own haul. “Every left-wing radical in the country wants to turn Texas blue. And they are sending their money to Comrade Beto,” he said.