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Rep. Mo Brooks and former Capitol Hill staffer Katie Britt will go head-to-head in a runoff election for the Republican Alabama Senate nomination, the Associated Press predicted, when no candidate managed to secure a majority in Tuesday’s primary — the former president. Two months after Donald Trump dramatically rescinded his endorsement of Brooks.

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AP guesses Brit and Bruxo both earned spots in Alabama 21 June primary runoff 11:43 a.m. Eastern.

According to the results, Britt led Brooks by 45% to 28.8% on Wednesday morning, with 85% of the votes counted AP. compiled by,

Veteran and businessman Mike Durant was third with 23.3%, making him accept Tuesday evening.

Meanwhile, A.P. Estimate Will Boyd will be the Democratic Senate candidate, although he is a Republican highly favored To win in the November general election.



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