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Senator Seth Hammett Not Running for Re-Election

Alabama's Speaker of the House, democrat Seth Hammett, said he will not run for re-election.

Hammett made the announcement at the Alabama State House Friday afternoon. The democrat from Covington County has the strongest position the House.

He didn't give a specific reason for retiring from the legislature other than saying it's time for him to leave.

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