Freedom Caucus Leader Bob Good’s Virginia Primary Too Close To Call

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The GOP primary contest in Virginia’s 5th Congressional District between Rep. Bob Good (R-VA), the chairman of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, and his challenger who is supported by former President Donald Trump remains too close to call more than 12 hours after the polls closed.

State Sen. John McGuire III led by 327 votes, or 0.52 percentage points, out of 62,495 ballots counted as of 12 a.m. Wednesday, according to the Associated Press, which noted that the state of Virginia observes the Juneteenth holiday and is not expected to release more results for the rest of the day. Multiple news outlets reported more than 95% of the votes have been counted.

In remarks to supporters on Tuesday evening, McGuire called himself the Republican nominee. However, news outlets have yet to project a winner, and Good has not bowed out of the race.

“This race remains …

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