Alabama state Senate leader skipping US Senate race


Alabama state Senate leader skipping US Senate race

Alabama Senate Pro Tem Del Marsh announced Wednesday, he will not run for the Alabama Senate GOP Primary.

But Strange is expected to come under attack for his ties to Bentley, who appointed him to the Senate when the state attorney general's office was investigating Bentley. "There will be a lot of outside money pouring into the state", said former Alabama Republican Party Chairman Marty Connors.

Other candidates include state Rep. Ed Henry of Hartselle, Dominic Gentile of Hoover, U.S. Sen, Luther Strange, President of Christian Coalition of Alabama Randy Brinson, and Dr. Former Gov. Robert Bentley appointed unusual to the seat after Sessions was confirmed as attorney general in a move that's be criticized for its legitimacy. The other candidates are: Will Boyd; Vann Caldwell; Jason Fisher; Michael Hansen; Robert Kennedy, Jr.; Brian McGee; and Nana Tchienkou.

AL.com is reporting that 5 p.m. today is the deadline for candidates enter the special election for U.S. Senator. Robert Bentley, who resigned last month amid fallout from an alleged affair with a top staffer.

Wednesday is the final day to qualify for the August 15 primary. At the time, he confirmed having met in D.C. with leaders of the National Republican Senatorial Committee (NRSC) to address their controversial position to treat appointed Senator Luther Strange as an incumbent.

The U.S. Senate seat is now held by former Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange. Marsh says state government needs stability.

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