Massie Wins Republican Nomination for US House District 4

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 5/22/2012 10:06 pm
In Northern Kentucky, Tea party-backed Thomas Massie won the Republican Nomination for Congress in the Fourth District.

And he won easily on Tuesday.

Massie is the Lewis County Judge Executive.

He won 45% of the vote to beat Alecia Edgington-Webb.

Massie had tea party support and the backing of Senator Rand Paul.

He will face a Democrat in the fall.

Massie will be up against Bill Adkins, a lawyer from Williamstown.

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