CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) - Arizona resident Richard Grayson has won the Democratic primary election for Wyoming’s lone congressional seat.
Grayson, of Apache Junction, Arizona, was unopposed. No one from Wyoming’s struggling Democratic Party registered for the race.
Incumbent GOP Rep. Cynthia Lummis faced one challenger in her party’s primary as she seeks a fourth term in Congress in the November election.
Grayson, a protest candidate, has acknowledged to the Wyoming Tribune Eagle that a victory “is not within the realm of possibility.”
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