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Business owner wins tight Texas primary, aims to make history by flipping deep-blue House seat

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Business owner wins tight Texas primary, aims to make history by flipping deep-blue House seat


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A small business owner and former city councilman has won a tight primary fight and is now tasked with flipping one of Texas’ bluest House districts for Republicans, the Associated Press projects.

Republican Darrell Day, who served as a member of the Arlington City Council and founded an executive search business, defeated his opponent, former Southern Methodist University football player David Blewett, in Tuesday’s GOP primary runoff for the state’s 32nd Congressional District.

Day will now face Democrat Julie Johnson, a member of the Texas House of Representatives, in the November general election. The winner will replace Democrat Rep. Colin Allred, who is running for the U.S. Senate.

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