This totally tracks:
A Michigan GOP gubernatorial candidate who rioted at the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 is refusing to concede despite finishing in fourth place in Tuesday’s primary.
Ryan Kelley received just 15.4 percent of the vote in the primary, which conservative pundit Tudor Dixon won with 40.6 percent of the vote. Dixon was endorsed by former President Donald Trump.
In June, Kelley was arrested for his role on Jan. 6. At the time, he led in a Detroit Free Press poll.