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Alabama Democrat says he can win Sessions’ seat because his opponents won’t challenge white supremacy

Alabama Republicans Luther Strange and Roy Moore are preparing to battle for Jeff Sessions’ Senate seat in a primary run-off that will pit President Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s support and money against a solidly evangelical base. Meanwhile, Doug Jones is sitting back easy. Jones, the Democratic nominee, won Tuesday’s primary with over 50 […]
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