The Jeff and Ed Show
A nation watches on eve of toxic Alabama Senate election
Birmingham (United States) (AFP) - The US Senate race wrenching Alabama and testing the Republican Party's character neared its tumultuous conclusion Monday, with President Donald Trump urging loyalists to elect Roy Moore despite accusations he molested minors decades ago.
Voters in this traditionally conservative southern state will take to the polls Tuesday to pick their newest senator, to replace Jeff Sessions who was named US attorney general earlier this year.
"I need Alabama to go vote for Roy Moore," Trump said in a robocall to voters that began Sunday, declaring the candidate would help stop illegal immigration, rebuild a stronger military and protect pro-life values.