After Sen. Doug Jones (D) won the controversial Alabama special election in 2017, it was clear he would become the Republicans’ number one target in the 2020 regular election. The Senator’s decision to oppose Justice Kavanaugh’s confirmation heightened his top target status even more. Now, he may draw a very well-known Republican opponent. Departing Attorney General and former US Senator Jeff Sessions confirms that he would consider entering the race to attempt to regain the Senate seat he relinquished to become Attorney General.
Mr. Sessions was first elected to the Senate in 1996 and was easily re-elected in subsequent elections. In fact, during his last election in 2014, he did not even draw a Democratic opponent. This is a developing story.
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