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28-Nov-2017 20:47

attorney, has narrowly defeated Republican Roy Moore, the embattled former chief justice, in Alabama's special Senate election.

No two states run their elections exactly the same, so contacting your state or local election office is the best way to find out about your state’s unique election rules.

In what was believed to be a concession speech, Moore said "it's not over" and talked about a recount.

The issue will be revisited in the morning, he said.

Despite Moore's call for a recount election, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill told CNN it's "highly unlikely" the end result will be anything other than a Jones win.

Merrill said any candidate can request a recount, if they pay for it.

No two states run their elections exactly the same, so contacting your state or local election office is the best way to find out about your state’s unique election rules.

In what was believed to be a concession speech, Moore said "it's not over" and talked about a recount.

The issue will be revisited in the morning, he said.

Despite Moore's call for a recount election, Alabama Secretary of State John Merrill told CNN it's "highly unlikely" the end result will be anything other than a Jones win.

Merrill said any candidate can request a recount, if they pay for it.

A special edition of CBSN's "Red & Blue" will air at 9 p.m.