Published: Mon, December 11, 2017
Global Media | By Garry Long

Truck Ad Featuring Ivanka Trump Bashing Roy Moore Trolls Dad's Rally

Truck Ad Featuring Ivanka Trump Bashing Roy Moore Trolls Dad's Rally

Attorney Gloria Allred (R) and Beverly Young Nelson hold up a picture showing a message and a signature of Roy Moore during a press conference on November 13, 2017, in NY, alledging that Roy Moore sexually assaulted Nelson when she was a minor in Alabama without her consent. It also helps President Trump's criticisms of Jones on the issues, for which he has many, and Trump's call for Alabamians to back Moore for the Senate resonate further in Alabama. "I have already cast my absentee ballot and I voted for Judge Moore".

Moore might still lose what should be an easily winnable race for a Republican.

Moore, who is 70, is facing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, including accusations that he molested two teenage girls and pursued romantic relationships with several others while in his 30s.

Voters will take to the polls Tuesday in the Alabama special election when Moore faces off against Democratic candidate Doug Jones. But he still has the endorsement of much of Alabama's Republican establishment.

FILE - In this December 5, 2017 photo, former Alabama Chief Justice and U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore speaks at a campaign rally, in Fairhope Ala.

The senior US Senator from Alabama said he wrote in another Republican, but refused to disclose the Republican's name.

The state's most influential politician, Republican U.S. Sen.

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Bill Stewart, the former chairman of the political science department at the University of Alabama, said Moore appears to be banking on his evangelical base, as well as the state's overwhelming tendency to vote Republican, to carry him to victory on Tuesday.

"I think it's a different situation if the allegations are not known, or if they occur while the person is sitting in the Senate", said Collins, who doesn't support Moore. Jones then needs to win one in three white voters in the state, which would require capturing about 15 percent of Republicans, McCrary said.

"Some serious allegations have been made and Judge Moore has vehemently denied them".

U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who resigned from the Senate to join the Trump administration, declined to say how he would vote. "The decision is ultimately up to the people of Alabama to evaluate the information they have before them and make an informed decision".

Trump's support for Moore puts him at odds with other lawmakers in the Republican Party, particularly Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell. Bob Riley in a 2006 campaign for the Republican nomination, and he finished fourth in a seven-person primary race in 2010.

"Do you know what they're really resisting?", he continued, "They are resisting the will of the American people". But Ivey, who plans to run for governor in 2018, said she will vote for Moore anyway for the sake of GOP power in Congress.

"I had no encounter with them", he said.

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