Alabama GOP Leaders are Concerned About Democratic Invaders

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By Kristen Fisher

There's less than a year left until primary elections for several statewide offices here in Alabama and now the state's Republican party chairman says he's worried Democratic intruders could disrupt the Republican ballot.

Chairman Bill Armistead says he expects candidates with Democratic views to try to run as Republicans in the primary election.

He says that's because those candidates don't think they can win the general election running as Democrats in Alabama.

But Democratic Party interim leader, Nancy Worley, says most Democrats won't vote in the Republican primary.

The primary elections are set for next June 3rd.

 



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