Katie Britt’s victory over Rep. Mo Brooks in Alabama’s run-off primary on Tuesday has set the stage for Alabamians to decide who will represent their state in the U.S. Senate in the next term.
In her first interview following her election victory, Britt told Fox News that her win was a “surreal moment” and said it has not “quite sunk in” that she will represent the Republican Party in the general election on November 8.
“I’m so excited,” she said. Britt noted that citizens of Alabama made it clear they “want new blood.”
She said that Trump’s endorsement of her candidacy was “absolutely” one of the reasons she could secure the win on Tuesday.
“We were so proud to earn that