Bob Good Teases Weekslong Fight as Primary Race Remains Razor-Thin

Washington Examiner

The primary race between House Freedom Caucus Chairman Bob Good (R-VA) and Virginia state Rep. John McGuire remains too close to call, but both candidates are refusing to back down as the ballot certification process is likely to drag on for weeks.

Good, who is trailing by 321 votes as of Wednesday afternoon, expressed confidence his campaign could still prevail in the race, indicating he would wait until votes are certified before deciding whether to concede — a process that could take several weeks. His latest statement comes as McGuire holds 50.3% of the vote compared to Good’s 49.7%.

“This race remains too close to call,” Good said in a post on X. “We are in a period where the law provides a process for evaluating the accuracy of all the vote totals from election day to ensure everyone can have full confidence in the certified results. Provisional ballots and mail-in ballots are also still to be counted.”










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