Former NFL player Burgess Owens won the Republican primary in Utah’s 4th district on Tuesday and will face off against Ben Ben McAdams (D) in November.
Owens, a frequent Fox News commentator, won with 43.4 percent of the votes with 97 percent of the pens, according to the Associated Press, outweigh three other Republicans, including state representative Kim Coleman (R).
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Cook’s Political Report assesses the “democratic lean” race.