The Associated Press reports:
A former city council member and a retired U.S. Navy captain are headed toward a runoff for the Republican nomination for an Arkansas state Senate seat, beating out candidates in a special primary that included “19 Kids and Counting” father Jim Bob Duggar.
The poll results from Tuesday’s election show that Colby Fulfer, who is chief of staff for the city of Springdale, won over 46% of the vote. Steve Unger won over 36% of the vote. The two will face off in a Jan. 11 primary runoff. Duggar drew roughly 15% of the vote.
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Jim Bob Duggar fails to make runoff in Arkansas state Senate primary https://t.co/FzRECpc2rj
— CBS 17 (@WNCN) December 15, 2021
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— Daily Mail US (@DailyMail) December 15, 2021