MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Alabama voters appear to be turning out
in small numbers in the Democratic and Republican primary runoffs.
A spot check of probate judges Tuesday found most reporting
light turnout, which is expected in primary runoffs.
The biggest race on the ballot is the Republican runoff for
governor between Bradley Byrne and Robert Bentley, which is
expected to make the GOP turnout larger than the Democratic vote.
Democrats are deciding runoffs for attorney general and the 7th
Congressional District seat.
It's unclear if there is much crossover voting in the GOP race
Byrne accused state teacher lobbyist Paul Hubbert of trying to defeat him by urging those who voted Democratic on June 1 to cross over and cast ballots for Bentley.
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