(Andrew County, Mo.)
Chanler Williams easily defeated Emily Bauman in a special election for the Republican nomination for Andrew County Recorder of Deeds on Tuesday.
The final vote total was 1,106 to 389.
A runoff election was requred after the two tied in the August primary.
According to the Andrew County Clerk's office, the candidates had the opportunity to draw straws, flip a coin or run a special election to break the tie.
Chanler has been a deputy in the Recorder of Deeds office and will take office after the November election. There were no Democrats in the race.
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