Duggars beliefs on dating
He lost by a vote of 20,546 to 71,576 to Senator Tim Hutchinson.
In 2006, he ran for the Republican nomination to the Arkansas State Senate District 35, but lost out again, this time to Bill Pritchard.
Josh appeared on the earlier Discovery Health Duggar family specials when he was 17 years old and then on TLC series until its cancelation.
In 2008 he married Florida native Anna Keller and the couple’s nuptials were featured in an episode of the show, “A Very Duggar Wedding.” After a year of marriage, Keller and Josh welcomed their first child, a daughter named Mackynzie.
In August 2014, Michelle spoke out against anti-discrimination legislation.
In response to her statement a petition was started calling for s cancelation.
The information obtained from a redacted police report indicated that four out of five of the victims were Josh’s siblings.
In 2002, Jim Bob become aware that Josh had inappropriately touched his sisters on multiple occasions when Josh confessed to him.
(The Duggars claimed the loss of the baby was a result of Michelle’s continued use of birth control at the time — she had not realized she was pregnant.) From that time onwards, the couple decided to let God “bless them with as many children as He saw fit” since, as followers of the evangelical Christian movement Quiverfull, the Duggars believe children are God’s blessing and that parents should happily welcome every child they are given.
Between 19, Jim Bob served in the Arkansas House of Representatives for the sixth district.
Years later, in 2016, an interview with Oprah Winfrey was canceled after an anonymous source informed the show’s producers of Josh’s actions and rumors began circling the internet.
Josh then issued a statement apologizing for his actions.
Both Jim Bob and Michelle are licensed realtors and own a number of commercial properties.