Doug Jones is Pro-Abortion, weak on Crime, Military and Illegal Immigration, Bad for Gun Owners and Veterans and against the WALL. About 10 percent of voters of decided in the last few days and they are choosing Moore (56 percent) over Jones (37 percent).
Tonight's race is to fill the seat vacated by current Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
"I couldn't vote for Roy Moore, I didn't vote for Roy Moore, but I wrote in a distinguished Republican name, and I think a lot of people could do that", Shelby said.
"We call it a tipping point", Shelby said.
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Hours after the Republican candidate (badly) maneuvered a horse to the polls in the Alabama special election, his spokesman Ted Crockett appeared on CNN's The Lead to ... well, it's not clear what the objective of his appearance was, other than to amplify the country's already sullied opinion of his boss.
Jones successfully fought to cobble together an unlikely coalition of African-Americans, liberal whites and moderate Republicans.
That playbook, she said, "worked for Moore". "I've been covering Christian-Zionist events in the state for years, and this is the first time I've seen him at one of those", he said, though Brook acknowledged that his magazine covers the Florida panhandle, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana, so Brook may have missed Moore at one of the Christian-Zionist galas along the way.
While Republican lawmakers have been saved from dealing with a possible ethics investigation into their newest colleague, Moore's loss is a major blow to President Donald Trump, who threw his full support behind the embattled candidate in recent weeks.
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White House spokesman Raj Shah said Saturday that Trump has recorded the phone message on Moore's behalf. Alabama voters pick between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones on Tuesday.
Alabama voters have grabbed a Senate seat from the Republicans, but they also solved a big problem for the party.
"Regardless of the allegations against him, I believe he is an honorable man", Bright said.
It's also not impossible that Jones, who distanced himself from national Democrats as he campaigned, could at times side with Republicans, given that he represents a deeply red state. About a third of Moore supporters say they like him, but have reservations.
But after several women came forward to accuse Moore, a former state Supreme Court judge, of sexual misconduct, Democrat Doug Jones has threatened to pull off a political upset, and is hoping to become the first Democrat US Senator in Alabama in more than two decades.
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Tuscaloosa County is generally a Republican-leaning county, and may provide Moore some strength.