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Martha Roby Wins Alabama Runoff; Georgia Runoffs Next Tuesday

Roby will be a heavy favorite for reelection in November. In Georgia, there will be runoffs in the state's gubernatorial race as well as the 6th congressional district

Alabama 2nd Congressional District Runoff: An Incumbent Tries to Hold Her Seat

Rep. Martha Roby, who criticized Donald Trump in 2016 before supporting him, will face challenger Bobby Bright in Tuesday's runoff

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