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House Races 6NOV18

Rexedgar

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Are there any HoR races that require a run-off if the results are too close to determine a winner or is it most votes wins?
 

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Are there any HoR races that require a run-off if the results are too close to determine a winner or is it most votes wins?

I don't know the answer to that...it seems I recall one governor race that will require a run off if no one gets beyond 50%, but not sure about House or Senate races.
 
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