A former NFL security took a giant step Tuesday night time towards an entire new profession.
Owens, 68, who performed school soccer on the College of Miami, was main within the 4th Congressional District race by almost 20 % over the following candidate, FOX 13 of Salt Lake Metropolis reported.
Earlier within the night, Owens was sensing there could be constructive outcomes, The Deseret Information of Salt Lake Metropolis reported.
“We’re very, very excited,” Owens said as early numbers came in. “This can be a district that each events want – the Democrats want it to maintain their chaos, and we want it to maintain our nation and our tradition.”
Owens will face Democratic incumbent U.S. Rep. Ben McAdams in November, FOX 13 reported.
In one other U.S. Home race in Utah, Blake Moore held a slight lead over Bob Stevenson within the GOP main for the first Congressional District, whereas Democratic candidate Darren Parry led Jamie Cheek by 5 %, FOX 13 reported.