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Moore Strategist Young: Allegations Against Candidate ‘Falling Apart’

Sunday on ABC’s “This Week,” Alabama GOP U.S. Senate hopeful Roy Moore’s chief political strategist Dean Young said the sexual misconduct accusations against Moore were “falling apart.” Young said, “Well what he’s been accused of is falling apart. On Friday

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VIDEO – Doug Jones: ‘Wrong’ to Nix Transgender Bathroom Rules

Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate for December’s Senate special election in Alabama, found himself at the center of the hot-button issue of transgender people and the use of bathrooms and locker rooms in public schools after a video emerged Monday in which Jones discussed the topic.

UNITED STATES - AUGUST 3: GOP candidate for U.S. Senate Roy Moore speaks during a candidates' forum in Valley, Ala., on Thursday, Aug. 3, 2017. The former Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court is running in the special election to fill the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions. …

Roy Moore’s Longtime Friend: The World Is Watching the Alabama Race That Will ‘Determine the Course of This Nation for Decades to Come’

Former candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives Dean Young, a longtime friend of Alabama candidate for the U.S. Senate Judge Roy Moore, joined Breitbart News Sunday on SiriusXM Patriot with host Raheem Kassam. Young warned that the race between Moore and Mitch McConnell’s hand-picked candidate Luther Strange is the most important in the country and will “determine the course of this nation for decades to come.”

Roy Moore at Chestang Gospel Sing in McIntosh, AL, 9/23/17

Roy Moore Looks to Dominate Among Rural Alabama Voters

MCINTOSH, Alabama – If the forgotten man and woman were who propelled Donald Trump to the White House last November, a similar dynamic could be playing out in this week’s special election between Roy Moore and Luther Strange. Last month’s

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Trump, Hillary Cruise in Alabama, But No Down-Ballot Tea Party Upsets

As expected, both Republican front-runner Donald Trump and Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton scored victories in their presidential primaries in the state of Alabama on Tuesday. Immediately after the polls closed at 7 p.m. local time, most major news outlets gave