Republicans Prepare for Battle in Senate Runoff

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The race for U.S Senate in Alabama is down to three. Doug Jones easily won the Democratic primary on Tuesday. But Republicans will hold a runoff between Senator Luther Strange and former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore. Alabama Media Group columnist John Archibald has analysis of the race and looks ahead to next week’s municipal election in Birmingham.

 

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