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  • Vanity - Turnout, Turnout, Turnout....vote for Judge, Roy Moore. [LIVE THREAD]

    12/12/2017 2:00:51 AM PST · by JLAGRAYFOX · 295 replies
    It's really quite simple.....An American citizen, woman or man, is innocent until proven guilty by a judge, jury of their peers and a solid conviction of said accused crime. Allegations & Accusations carry no meaning whatsoever, until they are duly proven to be true & factual in a recognized court of law. If women voice a charge of crime or sexual abuse, then they must follow those charges through and file criminal charges and/or law suits in a recognized court of law. They have not done this, so their outburst of sexual abuse carry neither weight or merit. Alabama, voters,...
  • HEAVY ALABAMA TURNOUT

    12/12/2017 6:55:41 AM PST · by chiller · 397 replies
    LAURA INGRAHAM RADIO | 11/12/17 | SELF
    Experienced political Alabama columnist Jeff Flowers reports extremely heavy turnout, early, in rural highly evangelical areas.He seems to have an objective view of the race. Predicts 7% win for Moore. Out of state liberal money poured in...Moore outspent 14/1.
  • Live Alabama Election Results: Roy Moore and Doug Jones Compete for Senate Seat

    12/12/2017 3:34:25 PM PST · by House Atreides · 2,088 replies
    New York Times ^ | December 12, 2017 | MATTHEW BLOCH, NATE COHN, JOSH KATZ and JASMINE LEE
    Alabama votes on Tuesday in a special election to fill the Senate seat vacated by Jeff Sessions, now the attorney general. The last polls close at 8 p.m. Eastern. Strong support for Roy S. Moore, the Republican, is expected in rural, mostly white parts of the state and in its northern half. The Democrat, Doug Jones, aims to create a lead in the urban counties that include Birmingham and Montgomery, and across a band of largely black counties. One critical battleground is a trio of smaller, whiter cities: Mobile, Tuscaloosa and Huntsville. Mr. Moore won a hard race in 2012...