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Madison GOP candidate files challegne against winner of runoff

The Huntsville Times (al.com) reports: Amanda Gentle, who was defeated in the GOP runoff for the Madison County Probate judge nomination in April, said she filed a complaint today with the Alabama Republican Party seeking to have the nominee, Patty Demos, disqualified. ...

Gentle received the most votes in the Republican primary in March, with 36 percent of the vote to Demos' 34 percent. But Demos, an attorney, won the runoff by a wide margin, winning more than 63 percent of the votes cast.

Gentle said the complaint alleges that Demos filed her 2011 annual financial disclosure form Monday, but it was due by Jan. 31. The complaint also cites a March filing that is marked as both a monthly and weekly report and never amended. -- Read the whole story --> Defeated GOP Madison County judge candidate Amanda Gentle wants nominee Patty Demos disqualified, state party says 'no' | al.com

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