NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Republican Garret Graves has won a fourth term as the U.S. House member from Louisiana’s Baton Rouge-based congressional district.

Graves was first was elected to represent the district in 2014 in a runoff. That year, he spoiled a comeback attempt by four-term former Democratic Gov. Edwin Edwards. He was easily reelected in subsequent years.

He won Tuesday over three challengers: Libertarian Shannon Sloan, independent Richard Torregano and Democrat Dartanyon Williams.

(Story written  By KEVIN McGILL/AP)

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