The O'Rourke rally, according to organizers, will "show the country the reality of the border -- a vibrant, safe, binational community that proudly celebrates its culture, history, diversity and status as a city of immigrants." "While some try to stoke fear and paranoia, to spread lies and a false narrative about the U.S.-Mexico border and to demand a 2,000 mile wall along it at a time of record safety and security, El Paso will come together for a march and celebration that highlights the truth," the release from O'Rourke adds, in a paper-thin veiled reference to Trump. (Eric Gay/AP) Rep. Beto O'Rourke, the 2018 Democratic Candidate for U.S. Senate in Texas, makes his concession speech at his election night party, Nov. 6, 2018, in El Paso, Texas. Trump's rally, his first of 2019, will take place at the larger El Paso County Coliseum, while O'Rourke will speak at the Chalio Acosta Sports Center. The two spots are just a literal stone's throw from each other. Both, maybe fittingly, are also right next to the El Paso Zoo. O'Rourke