• Alabama Sen. Shelby: 'I couldn't vote for Roy Moore'

    9 monthes ago - By WLWT

    The Alabama Republican said he's already cast his ballot, and that he chose a write-in candidate.
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  • Senate will have 'tough decision' if Moore wins, Collins says

    Senate will have 'tough decision' if Moore wins, Collins says

    9 monthes ago - By Politico

    Sen. Susan Collins said Sunday that it was a “mistake” for the Republican National Committee to reconstitute its support for Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore, telling CBS's “Face the Nation” that the Senate “will have a very tough decision to make” if Moore wins Tuesday's special election. “I'm disappointed that the RNC has resumed its support of Roy Moore. I think that's a mistake. I would point out that I did not support Mr. Moore even prior to these allegations of sexual misconduct,” Collins said. “Because I was concerned about his anti-Muslim comments, his anti-LGBT comments, and...
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  • Alabama GOP senator: I didn't vote for Roy Moore

    Alabama GOP senator: I didn't vote for Roy Moore

    9 monthes ago - By New York Post

    WASHINGTON - Alabama Republican Sen. Richard Shelby said Sunday he didn't vote for fellow Republican Roy Moore because “the state of Alabama deserves better.” Shelby said he already cast his vote in the high-stakes special Senate election and wrote-in another unidentified Republican, rather than choose his party's nominee, who is accused of groping teenage girls...
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  • Shelby says ‘Alabama deserves better' than Moore

    9 monthes ago - By The Washington Post

    Sen. Richard C. Shelby and politicians from both parties on Dec. 10 weighed in on the accusations of sexual misconduct against Roy Moore, the Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Alabama.
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  • Alabama's GOP Senator Says Republicans 'Can Do Better' Than Roy Moore

    Alabama's GOP Senator Says Republicans 'Can Do Better' Than Roy Moore

    9 monthes ago - By The Huffington Post

    But Richard Shelby says he still wouldn't vote for the Democrat in the race.
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  • Vote in 2 Days, Alabama Senator Says Party Can ‘Do Better' Than Roy Moore

    9 monthes ago - By NY Times

    Senator Richard C. Shelby, a fixture of Republican politics in Alabama for a generation, sent a clear message to his state's voters with an appearance on national television.
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  • The Latest: Shelby will not vote for Roy Moore

    9 monthes ago - By Star Tribune


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  • 'I couldn't vote for Roy Moore': Alabama Republican Senator denounces his party's candidate just 2 days before the election

    'I couldn't vote for Roy Moore': Alabama Republican Senator denounces his party's candidate just 2 days before the election

    9 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Sen. Richard Shelby explained on Sunday why he didn't vote for Roy Moore.
    The senior US Senator from Alabama said he wrote in another Republican, but refused to disclose the Republican's name.
    Several women have accused Moore of sexual misconduct, and pursuing them when they were teenagers and he was in his 30s.
    Republican Sen. Richard Shelby of Alabama spoke out against GOP candidate Roy Moore in an interview just two days before the special election to fill the state's US senate seat.
    In an interview on CNN's "State of the Union" Sunday, Shelby explained that he did not vote for Moore...
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  • Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby Says He Couldn't Bring Himself to Vote for Roy Moore

    9 monthes ago - By Time

    Alabama Sen. Richard Shelby said on Sunday that he could not bring himself to vote for Republican candidate Roy Moore in Alabama's upcoming Senate election.
    Shelby, a Republican, said he did not vote for the Democratic candidate Doug Jones, but had written in a “distinguished Republican candidate” who he did not name.
    “I'd rather see a Republican win, but I hope that Republican will be a write in,” Shelby told CNN's Jake Tapper on State of the Union. “I think a lot of people could do that. Will they do that? I'm not sure.”
    “I couldn't vote for Roy Moore,” he said. “The state of Alabama...
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