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Alabama's redrawn US House map spurs primary runoffs and ousts an incumbent on Super Tuesday

By KIM CHANDLER


MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama voters shook up the state’s congressional delegation Tuesday.  Republican Rep. Jerry Carl of the 1st Congressional District was defeated by a Republican colleague Rep. Barry Moore. Moore challenged Carl after being drawn out of the 2nd Congressional District. Four candidates advanced to runoffs to decide nominations in the newly redrawn 2nd Congressional District. Shomari Figures and state Rep. Anthony Daniels will meet in an April 16 runoff to decide the Democratic nomination. Daniels is the minority leader in the Alabama House of Representatives. Figures served as deputy chief of staff to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland. Former state Sen. Dick Brewbaker will face attorney Caroleene Dobson to decide the GOP nomination.

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