MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - Real estate developer and local businessman Dean Young is still in the running to replace former Republican Representative Jo Bonner, who resigned from his post in August.
Young will now face off with former state Senator Bradley Byrne after Tuesday's special primary election for Alabama's 1st District Congressional seat.
The two will go head to head in a November 5 runoff for the GOP nomination.
Young celebrated his primary victory at Cottages on the Green in Foley.
Supporters at Young's event included Orange Beach Mayor Tony Kennon and Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore.
Moore threw his support behind Young, saying Alabama needs someone in Washington that will protect and preserve conservative values and stop wasteful government spending.
Young said he will continue campaigning and reaching out to voters to share his vision for the future.
The Annual Fairhope Christmas Parade was held Friday night and the warm weather did not stop the atmosphere from feeling like Christmas.
Prichard Police have launched several new initiatives in the wake of 3 bold business break-ins along Wilson Avenue this week.
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