The third time proved a charm for former state Sen. Dan Foreman, who defeated two-term incumbent Sen. David Nelson by 391 votes in Tuesday’s general election.
Foreman was able to flip the script from the past two elections; he lost to Nelson by 2,420 votes in 2018 and 220 votes in 2020.
“It was a long night, but a good night,” he said Wednesday of election night. “I had a support team this time that just blew me away. That’s why we won.”