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            We’d know who was president if states ran elections like Alabama, Congressman says

            Mo Brooks

            U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville.

            If all elections were conducted like they are in Alabama, we wouldn’t all be waiting to see who is the next president, a state Republican said.

            Congressman Mo Brooks, R-Huntsville, said he was urging other states to “replicate Alabama’s election model.”

            “We require voter ID, have absentee voting with strict deadlines before Election Day (not mail in voting that is rife with fraud), and our election results were tallied quickly. Unlike in Pennsylvania, Nevada, Arizona, Wisconsin, and Michigan, the integrity of Alabama’s elections are not in question,” Brooks wrote.

            Brooks ran uncontested on Tuesday’s ballot.

            Ballot counting continues in several states as a winner between Republican incumbent president Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden has not been announced.