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MOBILE, Ala. (AP) — To get a sense of the Republicans' internal struggle, look at the race in Alabama's 1st Congressional District.
Tuesday's runoff will test the business community's effort to counter conservative activists who have pushed the party to the right.
The U.S. Chamber of Commerce has endorsed lawyer Bradley Byrne — and so have many other business groups.
His opponent is Dean Young, a former adviser to state Chief Justice Roy Moore, the famous Ten Commandments judge.
Young bills the race as a battle between establishment Republicans and tea partyers.
Despite the internal party struggle, both candidates take the same positions on issues at the core of Capitol Hill gridlock.
Republican Jo Bonner resigned the seat for a job with the University of Alabama System.