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Bob Deuell, R-Greenville, is locked in a runoff contest to keep his seat against Bob Hall.
County clerks with both rural counties confirmed that they did not hold primary runoffs.
Who do you think would win a Senate runoff held today?
I'm assuming that all of this adds up to lower turnout just because of the extended timeframe between the primary and the runoff," said Steve Raborn, the Tarrant County elections administrator.
Grant, part of a vast racing family that brought three of its 11 race cars to Mid-Ohio, was racing in only his third Runoffs.
They earned runoff berths by outpacing eight other candidates in a crowded April primary election for Office No.
Hansen and his crew, led by adult crew chief Steve Gabel, have constructed a new Nissan 350Z that will race in the GT3 class at the Runoffs.
There are also two runoffs for the Los Angeles Community College District Board of Trustees.
There are runoffs in three City Council races, including one in the Northeast San Fernando Valley, as well as for a school board seat and two community college district races.
In the race for City Council in the northeast San Fernando Valley, Riordan endorsed Alex Padilla in a 7th District contest against runoff opponent Corinne Sanchez.
Which means in some districts, runoffs could pit two Democrats against each other, while two Republicans could face off in others.
Besides those runoffs, voters will be casting merit retention votes for three Supreme Court justices and 17 district court of appeal judges.