A special election for Alabama's 1st congressional district was held following the resignation of Jo Bonner on August 2 to become vice chancellor for the University of Alabama. Primary elections were held on September 24. A runoff in the Republican primary took place on November 5 and the general election was pushed back to December 17. Republican Bradley Byrne won the election by a wide margin in the strongly conservative district.

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  • A special election for Alabama's 1st congressional district was held following the resignation of Jo Bonner on August 2 to become vice chancellor for the University of Alabama. Primary elections were held on September 24. A runoff in the Republican primary took place on November 5 and the general election was pushed back to December 17. Republican Bradley Byrne won the election by a wide margin in the strongly conservative district. (en)
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  • Burton LeFlore (en)
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  • Jessica James (en)
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  • * Paul Ryan, U.S. Representative and nominee for Vice President of the United States in 2012 (en)
  • * Rick Santorum, U.S. Senator and candidate for President of the United States in 2012 (en)
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  • A special election for Alabama's 1st congressional district was held following the resignation of Jo Bonner on August 2 to become vice chancellor for the University of Alabama. Primary elections were held on September 24. A runoff in the Republican primary took place on November 5 and the general election was pushed back to December 17. Republican Bradley Byrne won the election by a wide margin in the strongly conservative district. (en)
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