Alabama Republican Primary, Special U.S. Senate Election, Shows Roy Moore Leading

According to this story, a poll of the Alabama Republican primary for this year’s special U.S. Senate election shows Roy Moore leading. However, Alabama election law provides for runoff primaries, even in special elections. The primary is August 15. The runoff is September 26. The poll results are: Roy Moore 31%; incumbent U.S. Senator Luther Strange 23%; Congressman Mo Brooks 21%; no one else has as much as 5%.

The election is December 12, 2017. Due to Alabama’s very restrictive ballot access laws, it is not likely that anyone will be on that ballot except the Republican and Democratic nominees.


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Alabama Republican Primary, Special U.S. Senate Election, Shows Roy Moore Leading — 2 Comments

  1. Discouraging to learn that we have citizens of Alabama voting in the Senate Primary who have such faded memories as not to remember the Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. He was elected twice by the people of Alabama and twice removed by illegal means and the chicanery of corrupt politicians. Justice Moore is the only man running for the office who has a proven record of standing up for Constitutional and Moral Law in America.

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