How do you define yourself as a primary candidate when you have six competitors all looking to stake out similar political ground?
That’s the challenge facing the seven GOP candidates vying to replace U.S. Rep. Lynn Westmoreland in the 3rd Congressional District ahead of Tuesday’s primary.
The race has had its share of tangled and unfocused moments given the size of the field. The bevy of candidates running also virtually guarantees the race will go to a runoff on July 26.
So who has the momentum? We break it all down here.