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Women won big in Alabama’s primary election

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Incumbent Kay Ivey won the Republican nomination for Governor of Alabama outright Tuesday fending off challenges from businessman Tim James and former Trump ambassador Lindy Blanchard. On the other side of the aisle, two more female candidates will compete in a runoff for the Democratic nomination for governor. Katie Britt, the former President of the Business Council of Alabama and one-time chief of staff to outgoing Senator Richard Shelby, claimed the most votes. Britt will face U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks in the Republican primary runoff on June 21.
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Women won big in Alabama’s primary election

No matter who you voted for Tuesday night, one thing was clear – Alabama is sending plenty of female candidates forward to the November general election.

1 month ago·Huntsville, United States
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Women rule Alabama’s primary

Katie Britt moved one step closer to making history as the first woman elected to the U.S. Senate in Alabama. Incumbent Gov. Kay Ivey rolled to a primary win without having to face a runoff. And other women did well on primary night in Alabama.

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