ALBUQUERQUE N.M. K-Bob’s Steakhouse chain owner and former National Restaurant Association chairman Ed Tinsley won a five-candidate Republican primary race for New Mexico’s 2nd Congressional District last night, with 31 percent of the vote to his closest rival’s 21 percent. Tinsley, who was aided by a recent $200,000 campaign contribution from the NRA's political action committee, owns a ranch in Capitan, N.M., and had run unsuccessfully for the seat in Congress previously. His opponent will ...
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