Published: Wed, December 13, 2017
World | By Camille Rivera

Democrat Doug Jones wins US Senate seat in Alabama

Democrat Doug Jones wins US Senate seat in Alabama

"Certainly (Senate Minority Leader Chuck) Schumer would do everything he can to protect him, but he can't steer the entire caucus' needs around the needs of Doug Jones in Alabama".

Moore said on Tuesday, Dec. 12, that two people posing as Associated Press reporters telephoned her office, then spewed racial slurs.

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Democrat Doug Jones wins US Senate seat in Alabama

A Jones win would trim the Republican Senate majority to 51-49 and deal a blow to President Donald Trump, who has backed Moore amid the national conversation over sexual misconduct.

After the impersonators were challenged, they "started screaming & called me & my staff the n-word", the lawmaker said in a tweet.

Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell had called on Moore to drop out of the race, and other Senate leaders had suggested he should eventually be expelled from the Senate if elected. The people of Alabama are great, and the Republicans will have another shot at this seat in a very short period of time.

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While almost six in 10 Moore voters say one reason for their choice is to express support for Mr. Trump, most of Jones' supporters say the president was not a factor in their decision - either way. About a third of Moore supporters say they like him, but have reservations.

On the ground in Alabama on Tuesday, those who stood in line to cast their ballots were far more focused on the candidates than the broader political fallout. A further 29 percent said they voted to express support for Trump, and 20 percent said they voted to oppose him.

He sidestepped questions about sexual misconduct as he arrived at his polling place on horseback.

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Trump defeated Democrat Hillary Clinton here by almost 28 points just 13 months ago.

Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala. dismissed the Moore loss, saying that math favors Republicans to hold the Senate in 2018. Luther Strange in September. Trump's former senior adviser, Steve Bannon, appeared at two rallies with Moore down the stretch.

"We've had this history in the past, going down the road that. has not been productive", Jones said. We've lagged behind in education. It's time we take the road that's going to get us on the path to progress.

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