Roberts, Wall appear headed for runoff in GOP race to replace retiring congressman Ted Poe
Republican voters apparently will get another two months to determine who will win the party’s nomination for the 2nd Congressional District seat of retiring U.S. Rep. Ted Poe.
Kevin Roberts, a state legislator, and Kathaleen Wall, a big GOP fundraiser, appeared to be the top two vote-getters in the race, according to early-voting returns Tuesday night. Former Navy SEAL Dan Crenshaw was in third place.
If those numbers hold, Wall and Roberts will battle in a May 22 runoff to determine who will take on the winner of the Democratic primary. Education nonprofit director Todd Litton had a... read more
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