• Alabama Senate Race 2017: Polls, Issues and What to Watch For As Roy Moore, Doug Jones Face Off in Vital Election

    1 month ago - By Newsweek

    The battle between Roy Moore and Doug Jones has been one of the most talked about Senate races in recent memory.
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  • Voters head to polls in Alabama race with high stakes for Trump

    1 month ago - By Union Leader

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. Reuters - Voters in Alabama headed to the polls on Tuesday in a hard-fought U.S. Senate race with high stakes for President Donald Trump, who has endorsed fellow Republican Roy Moore in spite of allegations against him of sexual misconduct toward teenagers.
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  • Sessions doesn't say how he voted in Alabama Senate contest

    1 month ago - By Politico

    Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday he's cast a ballot in the Alabama race to fill the U.S. Senate seat he vacated, but he would not say whether he backed controversial GOP nominee Roy Moore, Democrat Doug Jones or someone else. "I voted absentee, yes, and I value the sanctity of the ballot," Sessions said during a visit to Baltimore with new Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen to highlight the threat posed by the MS-13 gang. At a press conference at the U.S. attorney's office, the attorney general expressed confidence in Alabamians' judgment, but he didn't say what...
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  • What to know about Alabama Senate race between Roy Moore, Doug Jones as voters go to polls

    1 month ago - By ABC

    On Dec. 12, voters in Alabama will head to the polls to cast their ballot in what has become the state's highest-profile Senate race in recent memory, and the contest remains too close to call.
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  • 5 things to watch: Alabama votes in the Senate race

    1 month ago - By NBC News

    Here are 5 things to watch in Alabama's special Senate election between Roy Moore and Doug Jones.
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  • The Latest: Jones met with cheers as he casts his ballot

    The Latest: Jones met with cheers as he casts his ballot

    1 month ago - By News OK

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Latest on Alabama's U.S. Senate election :
    8:55 a.m.
    Democratic nominee Doug Jones was met by cheering supporters as he cast his ballot in Alabama's U.S. Senate race.
    Jones smiled and waved as he arrived at his voting precinct in the wealthy Birmingham suburb of Mountain Brook on Tuesday.
    Poll workers at the church where he voted complained that so many news reporters were on hand that voters were having a hard time parking.
    Jones says he feels good about the campaign he's run and he doesn't think Republican Roy Moore is going to win.
    Jones said, "This is an...
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  • Wild Senate race has nothing on past Alabama elections

    1 month ago - By My Sanantonio

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - Is the U.S. Senate race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones the oddest campaign ever in Alabama? Hardly.
    In a race polls showed was too close to call before Election Day, Moore has had to deny decades-old allegations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls. But that makes the race only the latest in a string of astonishing campaigns in the state.
    Alabama, after all, is a place where older voters still remember a political assassination and a giant who seemed to be drunk on live TV.
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  • Wild Senate race has nothing on past Alabama elections

    1 month ago - By The Seattle Times

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The wild Senate race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones is only the latest odd political campaign in Alabama. In the 1954 race for attorney general, one of the candidates was assassinated. Democratic lawyer Albert Patterson was gunned down after campaigning to clean up Phenix City, Alabama, which was...
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  • Alabama Senate Race Live Updates: Latest On Roy Moore, Doug Jones Contest For U.S. Senate

    1 month ago - By Newsweek

    The race for the Senate seat reaches its conclusion Tuesday.
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