Alabama Senate Candidates Distance Themselves From Mitch McConnell On 2020 Election

Alabama Senate Candidates Distance Themselves From Mitch McConnell On 2020 Election


Republicans Katie Britt and Rep. Mo Brooks of Alabama are distancing themselves from Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell after McConnell suggested there were no problems with the 2020 election. Britt and Brooks are competing, along with “Black Hawn Down” veteran Mike Durant, for the U.S. Senate seat that retiring Sen. Richard Shelby will leave open later this year.

After South Dakota Republican Sen. Mike Rounds on Sunday dismissed election complaints and claimed the 2020 election “was fair, as fair as we have seen,” McConnell backed Rounds’ comments on Tuesday, telling CNN, “I think Sen. Rounds told the truth about what happened in the 2020 election. … And I agree with him.” Republican Sen. Mitt Romney piped in on Monday to comment that “Mike Rounds speaks

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