AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Sid Miller has advanced to a runoff for the Republican nomination for Texas agriculture commissioner.
His opponent in the runoff had not yet been determined Tuesday night.
Miller is a former state representative from Stephenville. He attracted statewide attention for his conservative views in the Legislature, including passing a bill that requires doctors to perform a sonogram before an abortion.
The agriculture commissioner is responsible for promoting Texas products while regulating food products for safety.
The runoff election will be held May 27.
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