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Todd Oyen, right, holds the door open for fellow voters Tuesday at Christ Chapel in Florence. Many precincts had a consistent flow of voters for the U.S. Senate special election. [ALLISON CARTER/TIMESDAILY]

MONTGOMERY — Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill said this afternoon it looked like about 25 percent voter turnout in today’s special U.S. Senate race between Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore.

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