• Watch Roy Moore show up to cast his ballot in the Alabama special election on a horse

    11 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The embattled Republican US Senate candidate Roy Moore showed up on horseback to cast his ballot in Tuesday's major special election in Alabama.
    Moore also rode his horse to vote in Alabama's Republican primary in September, when he defeated the incumbent Republican Sen. Luther Strange.
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  • Alabama voters weigh in on closely-watched special election

    11 monthes ago - By The Washington Post

    On the ground in Alabama, supporters of Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore see a lot at stake in the special Senate election on Dec. 12.
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  • Alabama Turnout Is At Near Presidential Election Levels As Republicans Fail To Keep Voters Home

    11 monthes ago - By Politicus USA

    Republicans are trying to drive down turnout in Alabama to help Roy Moore, but it isn't working as turnout for Alabama Senate special election is near presidential levels.
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  • What You Need to Keep in Mind in Advance of the Roy Moore Election Results

    11 monthes ago - By Fortune

    On Tuesday, voters in Alabama are casting their ballots in what has to be one of the most closely-watched Senate races in recent history. The ahead-of-schedule special election is due to a vacancy that arose from the resignation of Jeff Sessions, who now serves as U.S. attorney general. What should have been a relatively easy victory for the GOP-Alabama hasn't voted for a Democratic president since 1976-is now “exceptionally difficult to predict,” per The New York Times .
    The primary reason for the nail-bitingly-close contest is the multitude of allegations against the Republican...
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  • Alabama senate GOP nominee Roy Moore rides in on horseback to vote

    Alabama senate GOP nominee Roy Moore rides in on horseback to vote

    11 monthes ago - By RT

    The Alabama Senate race became even more of a spectacle when GOP nominee Roy Moore arrived to the polling place on horseback. Riding in on his trusty steed “Sassy,” Moore cast a vote for himself, hoping to defeat Democrat Doug Jones.
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  • The Latest: Roy Moore rides to poll on horseback, as in past

    The Latest: Roy Moore rides to poll on horseback, as in past

    11 monthes ago - By News OK

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Latest on Alabama's U.S. Senate election :
    11:50 a.m.
    Republican candidate Roy Moore rode his horse to the polls as he's done in past elections to cast his ballot in the U.S. Senate race.
    Moore was accompanied by his wife Kayla Moore, also on horseback, as he voted at a rural fire station in the northeast Alabama community of Gallant on Tuesday.
    Dozens of members of the media surrounded the couple, making it difficult for them to get through on their horses.
    Moore spoke briefly to reporters, talking in generalities and not discussing allegations that he sexually...
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  • SEE IT: Roy Moore shows up on horse at election polling site

    11 monthes ago - By NY Daily News

    Embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore arrived to vote at his Alabama polling site on horseback.
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  • Roy Moore shows up to vote on horseback

    Roy Moore shows up to vote on horseback

    11 monthes ago - By New York Post

    Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore rode up to his polling place on horseback Tuesday morning to cast his vote in a special election that has improbably electrified the nation. With a cowboy hat perched on his head, Moore, 70, hit the polls several hours after President trump issed another full-throated endorsement of the accused...
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  • The Latest: Sessions says he's voted in Alabama Senate race

    The Latest: Sessions says he's voted in Alabama Senate race

    11 monthes ago - By News OK

    BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The Latest on Alabama's U.S. Senate election :
    11:15 a.m.
    U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions said he cast an absentee ballot in Tuesday's special Senate election in Alabama but declined to specify his choice, saying he "valued the sanctity of the ballot."
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  • What Happened in Alabama's First Senate Special Election Still Matters

    11 monthes ago - By Time

    As Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones face off in Alabama's sixth special U.S. Senatorial election on Tuesday, many Americans likely see the results as a reflection on President Trump, but one Alabama historian sees the results as instead reflecting a dramatic and historic shift in the demographics of the state's voter base.
    Jones - who has been framed in campaign ads as someone who “took on the Klan and got justice,” because he prosecuted white supremacists involved in the 1963 Birmingham church bombing - will have to score big with the state's black voters if he stands a chance...
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  • Here's how the Alabama special election is stacking up against contests that have been playing out all year

    11 monthes ago - By CNBC

    The broad contours between those voting for Doug Jones and those for Roy Moore match the stories that have played out in special elections all year.
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  • Roy Moore rode up on horseback to cast his vote in Alabama's special election

    Roy Moore rode up on horseback to cast his vote in Alabama's special election

    11 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore rode his horse to the ballot box before Tuesday's major Alabama election.
    He did the same for September's primary election.
    Embattled GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore showed up on horseback to cast his ballot in Tuesday's major Senate election in Alabama.
    Moore also rode his horse to vote in Alabama's Republican primary in September, when he defeated incumbent Republican Sen. Luther Strange.
    The Republican candidate, facing several allegations of sexual misconduct with teenagers when he was in his 30s, is locked in a tight race with Democratic opponent Doug...
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  • Charles Barkley to Alabama: 'Stop looking like idiots'

    11 monthes ago - By Philly

    Charles Barkley, an Alabama native, implored voters to reject Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore in Tuesday's special election.
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  • Roy Moore Arrives on Horseback to Vote in Alabama Special Senate Election

    11 monthes ago - By FOX News

    Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore arrived on horseback to vote in Tuesday's Alabama special Senate election.
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