Williams, Riddle Vie for GOP Votes in CD-25 Runoff

After the May 29 primary, Roger Williams and Wes Riddle emerged from a field of a dozen Republican candidates running for Texas' 25th Congressional District with a combined total of less than 40 percent of the vote.

Williams, a car dealer and former Texas secretary of state, led the pack with about 25 percent of the vote. Riddle, a retired lieutenant colonel in the U.S. Army and the founder of the Central Texas Tea Party, garnered 14.6 percent — good enough for second place in the district that stretches from just south of Austin to just south of Fort ...

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