"Alabama voters don't appreciate it. They don't want Washington controlling who is their senator. And I think they've made a very, very bad miscalculation in this case," said Roy Moore, the former chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court.
View @trafalgar_group#ALSen#Poll press release & report of @mobrooksforsen 20% @TeamMoore 35% & @lutherstrange 23% https://t.co/sxnxrVwJm7pic.twitter.com/GXZS464axw— Robert C. Cahaly (@RobertCahaly) August 11, 2017
"We generally run on our credentials and what we're going to accomplish and what we've done. They run on what they say and never do anything. And they run to cut you down and they criticize you falsely they put out stuff that would make you wonder who you are, you never heard of such like that. Well, the people of Alabama don't appreciate it, and we will see how it comes out on Tuesday and they'll get another lesson in Alabama politics," said Moore, who holds a strong lead in the election that is expected to result in a runoff.Read more at WashingtonExaminer