Montgomery – Rep. In the GOP primary run-off election on Tuesday. Following the victory of Katie Britt over Moe Brooks, R-Ala., Alabama voters set the race to decide who will be their next U.S. senator this November.
In her first interview after her election victory, Brit Fox told News Digital about a “surreal moment” and said she did not know if the Republican Party’s representation in the general election in Yellowknife was “completely submerged”. November 8.
“I’m very excited,” she said, adding that the Alabamas “need new blood.”
When asked about former President Trump’s acceptance of her candidacy and whether it affected her chances of winning, Britt said, “Absolutely!”
Katie Britt, who was approved by Trump, won the Alabama GOP Senate primary runoff election against the House of Representatives. MO Brooks
“We are very proud to have that approval and also know that the people know – and clearly the President says – that we are the best to fight for America’s first agenda,” she said. “That’s what I’ve heard all over the state. People are losing those policies.”
In the run-up to the general election, Britt said she and her team “will continue our grassroots campaign, we will continue to cross the state, meet voters and spread our message.”
Britt said she believes it is important for Alabamians to “get the vote” and hopes she will be elected “the best person for the job”.
The newly elected Republican nominee from the state also expressed the importance of her victory because it inspires other conservative women who want to run for office.
“A lot of young conservatives and young women are excited to come forward and say‘ this is the time, ’” Britt said. If we see this country led by Joe Biden and everything is moving in the wrong direction, what will it do? Our children fight. “
Britt said the Republican Party was “no longer a big business party” and instead said it was a “working American” party.
Britt, who served as Chief of Staff to retiring Senator Richard Shelby, but never held a government office, will face Democratic nominee and Pastor Will Boyd, who won easily with more than 60% of the vote last month.
She is expected to win in November and become the first woman to represent the state of Alabama in the US Senate.
The largest Republican state has elected only one Democratic senator in the last 30 years, which in the 2017 special election elected Doug Jones, who faced sexual misconduct charges against Republican and former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore.
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Boyd spoke to Fox News Digital on Tuesday and explained his agenda ahead of the general election in November, saying he had “received a lot of support from his party and independent voters in Alabama and what it takes to win a seat.”
“A lot of Alabamas came up to me and said I was the only hope at this point, so it pushed me forward and I’ve been here today,” said Boyd, who was born in South Carolina. “I have a lot of Republicans, independents and Democrats. I look forward to seeing them move forward to win this Senate seat.”
“We have a middle class, it has to grow and move forward,” Boyd said. “I want to raise the middle class from the middle class to the lower class. I want to end poverty as much as possible.”
Boyd said he needs to make sure that Alabama “takes the right approach” to ensure success in the state and that he wants to expand and improve access to health care.
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He added that he wants equal justice for all. “We still see where there is no justice, no equity in a court system where the voices of African Americans are not heard … and our environment is important … we know that climate change is real.”
Boyd and his supporters said, “We really believe we’ll win and the election in November”, but many in the state believe his chances of winning in deep-red Alabama are an “unbelievable climb.”