Republican Runoff Set For Tuesday

Republican Runoff Set For Tuesday

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MOBILE, Alabama -

It's a race that is too close to call, that's why every vote counts on Tuesday.

"I think it's going to be a very close race," said a voter.

"It's always important to vote because it is what we're founded on in this country. We're a democracy so therefore we have to vote our opinions and it's important that everyone goes to the poll to vote in every election," said a voter.

The votes will decide if Dean Young, or Bradley Byrne, will face off with democrat Burton LeFlore.

Both republican candidates are asking for your votes just two days out from election day.

"Are we going to send a career politician, or are we going to send a man of the people and that would be Dean Young. It's a clear choice and the people of South Alabama will make it and the world will be watching," said Young.

"I have a track record of getting real results because I'm a problem solver, not a problem maker. I have a long experience of serving people in this part of the state and getting them the things that they need," said Byrne.

We know what the candidates are saying, but what do you want to see in our next congressman?

"That person must have a great heart and must be a christian. That way this country will get turned around and everybody can live the best and peaceful life they can," said a voter.

"These are people that are going to be running that will be making a difference here in Mobile so just get out and voice your opinion," said a voter.

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