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The Race For District Two

Montgomery, AL (WSFA)- Republican Jay Love welcomed the endorsement from the Farmers Federation Monday.

In Dothan, Democrat Bobby Bright picked up the endorsement from Dothan's Republican Mayor Pat Thomas.

Love also picked up the endorsement of the retiring republican Second District Congressman, Terry Everett.

Love hopes to continue the republican hold on the seat the party won in 1964.

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