The Dallas business owner who made waves earlier this year after reopening her h...

The Dallas business owner who made waves earlier this year after reopening her h…


The Dallas business owner who made waves earlier this year after reopening her hair salon during the early stages of the coronavirus crisis will be in a Republican runoff election for a state Senate seat. ⁣

Shelley Luther and Drew Springer advanced in the special election to replace state Set. Pat Fallon. Luther finished slightly ahead of Springer, 32.17% to 31.93%, according to the Texas Tribune. The candidates were separated by 164 votes out of 68,807 total. Democratic candidate Jacob Minter came in third with 21% of the vote. ⁣

Luther believes her anti-establishment vibe is endearing her to voters. Go to the link in our bio for more on this story.

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  1. So that she will also be ignoring any law made when she’s elected right or what did she driving at, you who don’t comply with simple rule then

  2. You ain’t black if you ain’t stocking a grocery shelf for Joe Biden.

  3. And how is she prepared to be a senator🤔…..

  4. This is what America was built upon, americans seeing a need and filling it! Not by career politicians who have no roots in this country and don’t care how their policies affect people.

  5. You ain’t black if you ain’t stocking a grocery shelf for Joe Biden.

  6. 👍🏻🇺🇸 Thank you for your courage and willingness to serve our country and good luck!

  7. These draconian lockdowns need to cost the demtards big time.

  8. 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸❤️😘

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