MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) - Republican Robert Bentley has won Alabama's election for governor.
An Associated Press analysis of early returns Tuesdsay night showed the retired Tuscaloosa physician defeating Democrat Ron Sparks.
Bentley ran on a platform of not taking a salary as governor until Alabama's unemployment returns to normal. He also proposed using tax breaks to create jobs and promised to call a special session of the Legislature to enact ethics laws.
Bentley will replace two-term Republican Gov. Bob Riley in January. His victory is the sixth by the GOP in the last seven elections for Alabama governor.
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