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The congressional races headed to runoffs include five of the eight open-seat congressional primary races:
Insurance and reinsurance companies go into runoff for varying reasons: the results from particular lines are unprofitable, the company changes its business strategy or needs to focus more on chosen core business lines.
In Group 34, John Merrett and David Thompson made the runoff with 41.
Every winning candidate in runoffs had a larger vote total and percentage than winners in 2000.
We don't want a David Duke law in California,'' says Mulholland, alluding to the former Ku Klux Klan leader who made it into a runoff for Louisiana governor a few years ago (and lost badly).
The NRCS Runoff Curve Number method is a simple but widely used technique for determining event runoff from storm precipitation data.
Women who lead the first primary do as well in runoffs as men who lead the first primary.
Teams qualify for the Runoffs, America's largest sports car weekend, by finishing first in points in 24 competition classes in the eight SCCA geographic divisions.
Lance Gooden, R-Terrell, led all candidates in the GOP race with 31 percent of the vote, and will head to a runoff with GOP fundraiser Bunni Pounds, who got 22 percent of the vote.
Runoffs first came into wide use at the turn of the century with the advent of party primaries, because primary elections in races without an incumbent frequently had more than just two candidates vying for a particular office.
Rain segments with intensities lower than the infiltration rates of area (Y) may produce some runoff on plot A and nothing on plot B.
Teams qualify for the Runoffs, America's largest sports car weekend, by finishing on top in points in 24 competition classes in the eight SCCA geographic divisions.