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Dec 5, 2018

Sessions NOT a candiate for U.S. Senate Seat?

You can hear the cheers from Rep. Bradley Byrne*

(He's talked about running for U.S. Senator Doug Jones seat.)

POLITICO:
"He (sessions) also made clear he’s not itching to get his old Senate office back.
“No. I mean, no,” the 71-year-old former senator said when asked whether he misses the chamber in which he served for two decades. “I could go back and spend time in the woods. I’ve got 10 grandchildren, oldest is 11.”


*Some one please tell Rep. Byrne there is no such thing as a "friendly wager". Gambling is against the law in his state. Period. People get arrested for it. If he wants to support legal gambling for Alabama, go for it and be public about it. Otherwise forget supposed exceptions to the law like the one where you placed a bet with a Georgia Congressman:

Congressmen Bradley Byrne (R-AL) and Drew Ferguson (R-GA) today announced a friendly wager on the SEC Championship Game between the University of Alabama and the University of Georgia. Ferguson is staking Chick-fil-a on a Bulldog victory, and Byrne is risking Alabama seafood for a Crimson Tide win. (From gambler Bryne's website).

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