Voters Head to Polls for Alabama’s Senate Primary Runoff
MONTGOMERY, Ala.—Alabama voters turned out on June 21 to decide between Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) and Katie Britt for the Senate GOP primary race.
The latest polls show Britt in the lead by 48 percent to Brooks’ 36 percent.
These figures match the trends of the Alabama primary. Britt got the most primary votes, although she didn’t reach the 50 percent mark.
The voters that trickle into locations like Huntingdon College’s polling center will determine which of the two candidates reaches the Senate.
All Montgomery voters who spoke with The Epoch Times today were Republican.
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Ala.) voter Shirley Krothapalli leaves a polling place at Huntingdon College in Montgomery, Alabama, on June 21, 2022. (Jackson Elliott/The Epoch Times)
On June 21, voters in Montgomery seemed evenly divided between Britt and Brooks. The winner of the race between the two will likely win the general election in deep-red Alabama….
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