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Harman Re-Elected in Randall County

Terry Harman has earned another term as the chairman of the Randall County Republican Party.

Harman, the incumbent, won re-election from Randall Republicans on Tuesday, defeating realtor Jinger White. In officials results from the Randall County Elections Administrator, Harman pulled in 8,093 votes, or 59 percent. White won 5,637 votes, or about 41 percent.

In his capacity as Randall County Chairman, Harman is tasked with presiding over the County party's executive committee and coordinating primary elections and get out the vote efforts.

Harman's Democratic counterpart, Mariah Strong-Woods, ran unopposed for re-election as Randall County Democratic chair.

Harman and the new executive committee will be sworn in later this year.

Photo by Randall County Republican Party

Photo by Randall County Republican Party

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