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Social Sides With the Underdog in Alabama Senate Race

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Some Americans are only just coming to terms with the outcome of last year’s general election, but in Alabama, it’s still not over. The state is in the final stretch of a race for the Senate seat that became vacant when former Sen. Jeff Sessions was appointed U.S. Attorney General and Luther Strange replaced him until a special election could be held. Strange wanted to hang on to his chair in the Senate, but despite a burst of support from President Trump, he lost a Republican primary against conservative firebrand Judge Roy Moore. Now Democrat Doug Jones will face off against Moore on Dec. 12. Jones is considered something of an underdog, with Politico noting that to win, he has to court left-leaning African-American voters while stealing a few of Moore’s white suburban supporters. Of course, having a son in trouble with the law doesn’t look great for Moore. On Monday, Caleb Moore was arrested on misdemeanor charges of illegal hunting in Etowah County. But then again, that could be a plus in Alabama. Social is of the opinion that Jones, with 59 percent positives vs. Moore’s 35 percent, would win if the election were held today. Whether that popularity will hold until December is up in the air. –Hugo Guzman



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