Katie Britt ignores Mo Brooks in final pitch to voters in Alabama Senate runoff

Katie Britt ignores Mo Brooks in final pitch to voters in Alabama Senate runoff


DALEVILLE, Alabama — Katie Britt never mentioned her opponent, Rep. Mo Brooks, or former President Donald Trump as she closed out her runoff campaign for the Republican Senate nomination a stone’s throw from her hometown in southeastern Alabama’s rural wiregrass region.

In front of lifelong friends, family, and extended family who packed a dining hall at McLin’s, a popular local catfish restaurant, Britt ticked off a laundry list of priorities she plans to address as the successor to retiring Sen. Richard Shelby (R): business deregulation and support for the domestic agriculture and energy industries, “standing with Israel” and “holding China accountable,” education reform, and bringing down inflation.

“I would be the only mom with school-age children on the Republican

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