(Updated to show that Schwab had been declared winner)
Republican upstart Mike Brown's primary campaign for secretary of state came up short Tuesday, as he became the latest candidate casting doubts about elections to lose a race to become a state's top election official.
Voters came out in support for Republican Secretary of State Scott Schwab, who has defended the integrity of the state's election system in the face of skeptics who tried casting doubts about the outcome of state and federal elections.
With 80% of the vote counted as of 10:50 p.m., Schwab was . . .