Can Texas voters name former Rep. Beto O'Rourke's signature accomplishment?

Sean Hannity dispatched Fox News contributor and native Texan Lawrence Jones to the Lone Star State to ask Texans what they think of O'Rourke's presidential ambitions. 

In his interviews, Jones said he had trouble finding people who could name the El Paso Democrat's top accomplishment. One man was adamant that he'd vote for O'Rourke over President Trump. 

But asked to name an accomplishment, he said he wasn't too familiar with O'Rourke's record in his six years in Congress. 

Another woman pondered the question before responding that O'Rourke is a "real people person" and has a lot of people supporting him.

Jones told Hannity that his interviews demonstrate that Democrats who support the 46-year-old are basing their decision on "personality," not policies. 

Tammy Bruce predicted O'Rourke will be "ripped up" by more experienced politicians in the Democratic primary process.

"He has no policies," said Jones, noting that O'Rourke seems to agree with the majority of Democratic voters on issues rather than forging his own path. 

Watch the full segment above and check out Sean Hannity's monologue on the media's Obama-esque coverage of Beto's campaign. 

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