Could This Be A Former Trump Ally’s Comeback?

Via Washington Examiner:

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama — Jeff Sessions is one step closer to his political comeback. 

The former attorney general was one of two candidates to qualify for a Senate runoff election, with neither getting more than 50% of the vote in Tuesday’s Republican primary election. 

Sessions, 72, will face off against former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville, 65, in the March 31 runoff election. The winner of that contest will compete against Democratic Sen. Doug Jones, who won a special election for Sessions’s old Senate seat when he joined the Trump administration. 

Sessions had 32.5% of the vote, and Tuberville had 32.4% when the race was called shortly after 11 p.m. Rep. Bradley Byrne finished third with 25.2% at the time of the call.