Republican incumbent Steve Marshall wins Attorney General election

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BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Republican incumbent Steve Marshall has won a full term as Alabama’s attorney general, defeating Democrat Joseph Siegelman.

Marshall is a former county prosecutor who was appointed as the state’s top law enforcement official after Luther Strange was appointed to the U.S. Senate.

Siegelman is a Birmingham attorney who was making his first bid for public office. He’s the 30-year-old son of former Democratic Gov. Don Siegelman, who’s out of federal prison after serving time for his conviction in a bribery conspiracy.

The 53-year-old Marshall has been attorney general since February 2017. That’s when then-Gov. Robert Bentley appointed him after naming Strange to thRepublican incumbent Steve Marshall has won a full term as Alabama’s attorney general, defeating Democrat Joseph Siegelman.

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