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Officials: Jeff Sessions Could Technically Get Old Senate Seat Back. He Might Not Want It

WorldNews Tuesday, 14 November 2017 ()
Officials: Jeff Sessions Could Technically Get Old Senate Seat Back. He Might Not Want ItWhile U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions may be testifying before the House Judiciary Committee concerning the Russian investigation, many of his fellow Republicans are working to convince him to return to his home state of Alabama to reclaim his former Senate seat following sex charges against GOP candidate Roy Moore, ABC News reported Tuesday. However, Sessions is not in favor of making the move, three officials told ABC News. If Moore wins in the upcoming special election scheduled for Dec. 12, the Senate, with a two-thirds vote, could decide not to seat him, the report said. That would result in another vacancy in Alabama and an opportunity for the governor to name a replacement,...
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