The two candidates who garnered the most votes in Tuesday's Repubican primary for the state Superintendent of Education office are courting the candidates who they vanquished with the hope of gaining their support, according to a story posted on The State's website.
Sally Atwater and Molly Spearman will face each other in the June 24 runoff to see which will oppose the Democratic nominee in the fall.
Already, one of the six defeated candidates has called to offer support to Atwater, according to the story.
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