The two remaining U.S. Senate contenders for the GOP endorsement will continue on to Round 7 after neither candidate achieved the necessary 60 percent of votes from delegates.
Here are your numbers:
Chris Dahlberg: 992 votes, 53.6 percent
Mike McFadden: 823 votes, 44.5 percent
More than 300 delegates did not cast a vote.
At least one delegate asked to close the convention without an endorsement, but that can be considered only after 10 ballots.
On to Round 7.
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