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Katie Britt Declines to Debate Mo Brooks

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Britt finished the May primary in the lead with 45% of the vote. She and North Alabama-based Representative Mo Brooks will face each other in a runoff June 21. Britt underlined conservative policies she believes will protect everyday Alabamians. The Alabama National Guard combined conference also invited Rep. Brooks to speak.
2 months ago·Montgomery, United States

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The Hill

Britt looks to squelch Brooks comeback ahead of Alabama runoffs

GOP Senate candidate Katie Britt, a former top aide to retiring Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.), is looking to squelch Rep. Mo Brooks’s (R-Ala.) political revival ahead of Alabama’s June 21 runoff.&nb…

2 months ago·Washington, United States
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Business Insider

Former Alabama GOP Senate candidate Mike Durant says he won't vote for runoff contenders Mo Brooks or Katie Britt: 'Bad people won'

"Katie Britt doesn't deserve to be a senator," Durant told 1819 News. "Mo Brooks has been in politics for 40 years, and all he does is run his mouth."

2 months ago·United States
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Political Wire

Katie Britt Declines to Debate Mo Brooks

Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Katie Britt (R) will not be participating in any debates with Mo Brooks (R) ahead of the Republican primary runoff in June, WVTM reports.

2 months ago·New York, United States
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WHNT 19 News

Britt doubles down on decline to debate Brooks, campaigns in Huntsville

Alabama Senate Runoff candidate Katie Britt returned to the Rocket City to gather support Saturday morning, speaking to current and former Alabama National Guard servicemembers.

2 months ago·Huntsville, United States
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WVTM

Katie Britt declines debate with Mo Brooks ahead of Alabama GOP Senate runoff

Alabama U.S. Senate candidate Katie Britt will not be participating in any debates ahead of the Republican primary runoff in June.

2 months ago
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Alabama Live

Katie Britt in ‘driver’s seat’ in Alabama runoff against Mo Brooks, experts say

In the May 21 primary, Britt emerged as the frontrunner, earning 45 percent of the vote -- just 5 percentage points short of avoiding a runoff.

2 months ago
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