He wrote a book about the drug war and Photo: Bill Clark/CQ-Roll Call, Inc. Image 6 of 19 5. He's got priors In 1995, he was arrested for breaking and entering, a prank gone awry, he says, when some friends bet they could get past a fence surrounding a local college. Then there was the 1998 drunken driving arrest, an incident he says was "stupid" and regrets. less 5. He's got priors In 1995, he was arrested for breaking and entering, a prank gone awry, he says, when some friends bet they could get past a fence surrounding a local college. Then there was the 1998 drunken Image 7 of 19 6. He's young At just 44 years old he would be one of the youngest people in the United States Senate. Just Brian Schatz, Chris Murphy, Cory Gardner and Tom Cotton are younger. 6. He's young At just 44 years old he would be one of the youngest people in the United States Senate. Just Brian Schatz, Chris Murphy, Cory Gardner and Tom Cotton are younger. Photo: Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call, Inc. Image 8 of 19 7. Beto? His real name is Robert Francis O'Rourke. Beto is a shortened version of his childhood nickname, Roberto. 7.
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