Our political analyst weighs in on the Republican runoff election for the vacant US Senate seat

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — On Septemeber 26, Alabama Republicans will go to the polls for a runoff election.

Appointed incumbent, Luther Strange, against former Alabama Chief Justice, Roy Moore. One of them will be the Republican nominee in the general election to fill the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions.

WHNT News 19 political analyst Jess Brown always anticipated there would be a runoff, but thought the candidates would be different.

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