Katie Britt has accepted the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate at her victory party in downtown Montgomery.
A new poll from Auburn University at Montgomery shows Katie Britt leading U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks by double digits ahead of the June 21 Republican runoff for U.S. Senate.
Former President Donald Trump has announced he is endorsing Katie Britt for U.S. Senate, after pulling his endorsement from Mo Brooks earlier this year.
U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks is asking former President Donald Trump to back him once again in Alabama’s Senate race, a request that comes two months after a feud caused Trump to revoke his endorsement of the congressman.
Mike Durant, the “Black Hawk Down” pilot who finished third in Alabama’s Republican Senate primary, said he will not make an endorsement in the upcoming runoff.
The Republican race for U.S. Senate will be heading to a runoff between Katie Britt and Mo Brooks.
Republican U.S. Senate candidates Katie Britt and Rep. Mo Brooks this week challenged primary rival Mike Durant to debate them ahead of next month’s primary.
This is the state’s monumental political year as Alabama has a off-year or midterm election year cycle, and, among others, the U.S. Senate and Governor’s races are getting serious as the primaries are just four months away.
There has been a shakeup in the Republican race for U.S. Senate. Candidate Jessica Taylor has announced that she is ending her campaign and endorsing fellow candidate Mike Durant.