Cruz dismisses 'vampire' attack from Jim Carrey: 'Everyone knows the dead vote Democrat'
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Sen. Ted CruzRafael (Ted) Edward CruzDemocratic strategist warns Beto should be ‘careful’ with social media presence Hillary advisers battle over whether she’ll run in 2020 O'Rourke writes blog post describing a literal run from near the capitol to near the White House MORE (R-Texas) is hitting back at Jim Carrey for the actor's artwork depicting him as a "bloodsucking" vampire.

The "Kidding" star has gone after President TrumpDonald John TrumpMichelle Obama says not always easy to live up to "we go high" Georgia certifies elections results in bitterly fought governor's race Trump defends border deployment amid fresh scrutiny MORE and several prominent Republicans in a series of drawings he shares on social media with his more than 18 million Twitter followers.

On Sunday, Carrey tweeted a new illustration of Cruz, who's in a nailbiter of a reelection bid against Rep. Beto O'RourkeRobert (Beto) Francis O'RourkeEntrepreneur touts big solutions, endorsements in discussing presidential bid Dem pollster: Texas, Georgia diversifying because they are 'centers for opportunity' Cruz brushes off question about campaign claim on O'Rourke paying for caravan MORE (D-Texas).

Cruz responded to Carrey's tweet in a post on Monday, the eve of the midterm elections, hitting O'Rourke's ties to Hollywood and the 56-year-old actor’s vampire wisdom:

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Several prominent entertainers have donated to O'Rourke's Senate campaign, according to Federal Election Commission filings, including Sarah Jessica Parker, Jimmy Kimmel, Rosie O'Donnell and Chelsea Handler.

Asked about resisting campaigning help from Democratic heavy-hitters, such as former President Obama and Sen. Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Ann WarrenDems wonder if Sherrod Brown could be their magic man Election Countdown: Abrams ends fight in Georgia governor's race | Latest on Florida recount | Booker, Harris head to campaign in Mississippi Senate runoff | Why the tax law failed to save the GOP majority Entrepreneur touts big solutions, endorsements in discussing presidential bid MORE (D-Mass.), O'Rourke said on "60 Minutes" on Sunday, "I'm not distancing myself. But I don't want anyone coming in from the outside. I want the people of Texas to decide this on, on their own terms."