Craig James Loses Republican Senate Primary, With Just Four Percent of Votes

The campaign is over. The skunks will remain entrenched. Craig James will continue living in this economy. The former ESPN college football “analyst” has departed the U.S. Senate race in Texas, after receiving just four percent of the vote in the Republican Primary. More than four months of campaigning earned him the same percentage he was polling in January.

James had the money, the smarm and the sense of entitlement. He just had to do more than carry an oblong ball forward or spout cliches to win a fierce primary against seasoned politicians.

We’ll predict he’s back on TV doing something college football related within a year. He trades text messages with coaches.

Previously: Craig James Would Never Make the Choice to Ride In a Gay Parade
Previously: Craig James is on a Mission From God
Previously: Craig James is Polling at Just Four Percent in Texas
Previously: Craig James Took Money at SMU, Pledged to “Kick Skunks Out of the Bushes.”
Previously: Craig James Now Has a Senate Campaign Commercial
Previously: Craig James is Not a Boise State Broncos Fan

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