White Evangelicals Voted En Masse For Roy Moore In Alabama, To No One's Surprise
Doug Jones? victory in Alabama?s special Senate election Tuesday night upset the status quo in his state in many ways ? it put a Democrat from Alabama in the U.S. Senate for the first time in 25 years, and it showed off the political clout of Alabama?s black voters.
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Right-Wing Conspiracy Theory About Alabama Election Gets A Brutal Reality Check
Hours after Doug Jones upset Roy Moore in Alabama?s special election, the far right began cooking up conspiracy theories about busloads of voters being brought in from out-of-state: I am hearing rumors that black voters from MS were encouraged to cross over into AL and vote.