Rep. Mo Brooks (R-Huntsville), who ran unsuccessfully for the Senate in the 2017 special election, facetiously says he would run again next year, but only if President Trump asked and would endorse him. Since Rep. Brooks was a known critic of Mr. Trump during the 2016 campaign and pummeled with his own statements about the President during the special election, Mr. Brooks ever receiving such a presidential request is highly unlikely.
On the other hand, 1st District US Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-Mobile) is likely to run. Reports suggest he will announce his Senate campaign in March and probably be the only House delegation member to enter the Republican primary. State Auditor Jim Zeigler (R) has announced his Senate candidacy but done little since to organize a serious campaign. The Alabama Senate race featuring incumbent Sen. Doug Jones (D) will be hotly contested next November.
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