The Navy veteran from Rancho Cucamonga garnered the most votes among seven candidates – many of them more well funded than him – in advancing to the general election in November in the 31st Congressional District.

Published: June 10, 2014 Updated: 10:56 p.m.

Six other candidates and the more than $2 million they raised stood in the way of Paul Chabot and a spot on the November ballot for an Inland congressional seat.

Nonetheless, the 40-year-old Navy veteran from Rancho Cucamonga won first place with almost 27 percent of the vote in the June 3 primary for the 31st Congressional District.

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