US Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville), after failing to reach the run-off in the August Senate special election, immediately drew two primary challengers. Over the weekend, the pro-Second Amendment organization, BamaCarry, Inc., released a WT&S Consulting survey (8/28-31; 863 self-identified Republican respondents via live telephone interview) that finds the Congressman drawing well over 50% of the vote against his pair of opponents. According to the results, Mr. Brooks attracts 56% support followed by state Sen. Bill Holtzclaw (R-Madison) at 22%, and businessman Clayton Hinchman at five percent.
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