Katie Britt sounds off on 'surreal' election victory over Brooks, insists Alabamians 'want new blood'

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MONTGOMERY – The race is set for Alabama voters to decide this November who will be their next U.S. senator following Katie Britt’s victory over Rep. Mo Brooks, R-Ala., in Tuesday’s GOP primary runoff election.

In her first interview following her election victory, Britt described the “surreal moment” to Fox News Digital and said she is unsure of whether it has “quite sunk in” that she will represent the Republican Party in the general election in the Yellowhammer State on November 8.

Katie Britt, US Republican Senate candidate for Alabama, speaks during an election night watch event in Montgomery, Alabama, on Tuesday, May 24, 2022. (Andi Rice/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

“I’m so excited,” she said, adding that Alabamians “want new blood.”

Asked about former President Trump’s endorsement of her candidacy and whether she believed it impacted her chances of winning, Britt said, “absolutely!”

TRUMP-ENDORSED KATIE BRITT WINS ALABAMA GOP SENATE PRIMARY RUNOFF ELECTION AGAINST REP. MO BROOKS

“We were so proud to earn that endorsement and also know that people know – and obviously the president said – that we’re the best to fight for the America first agenda,” she said. “That’s what I’m hearing

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