Kyle Whitmire: Alabama Runoff Elections

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Alabamians voted in state legislative, congressional, and local primary runoffs Tuesday. We take a look at voter turnout rate, issues at the polls, and the winners and losers with Kyle Whitmire, political commentator for AL.com and the Birmingham News.

 

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