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After Rejecting Roy Moore, Alabama Soars on Social

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After Rejecting Roy Moore, Alabama Soars on Social

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Tuesday saw one of the biggest days at the polls in America since last year’s general election as Democrat Doug Jones went up against Republican Roy Moore for Alabama’s open U.S. Senate seat. After Moore was hit with allegations of sexual assault against minors, going back almost 40 years, most of the country turned against him. But Alabama voters seemed on the fence, with Moore riding high in some polls through the weekend. However, Jones eked out an improbable win on Tuesday night with a margin of one and a half percentage points. Jones’ strategy of focusing on urban voters and African-Americans seems to have paid off, and plenty of people in this country are thanking Alabama Republicans who swallowed their party pride and voted for the candidate not accused of child molestation. The people of Alabama are getting 89 percent positive sentiments from Social. –Hugo Guzman



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