Moore, Strange advance to GOP runoff in Alabama special election

Incumbent U.S. Senator Luther Strange and former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore have advanced to a runoff election in Alabama's GOP primary, the AP projected Tuesday night.
0:33 | 08/16/17

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Transcript for Moore, Strange advance to GOP runoff in Alabama special election
The Alabama GOP senate races heading to a September election run off. Senate lose that a senator rather Luther strange will face former Alabama Chief Justice ray Moore after neither candidate won a majority in Tuesday's special primary election. Both are vying to fill the senate seat once held by attorney general Jeff Sessions the winner will face the democratic nominee Doug Jones. Meanwhile a new top level mayor John Curtis won the Republican primary to replace represented Jason shape it's. Cheapest resigned in May Curtis will face Democrat Kathy Allen and several third party candidates in the general election. A November 7.

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