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Political reporter: Doug Jones narrow path to victory
To make insight Alabama Senate candidate of the final pushes votes
The former President Barack Obama and his veep Joe Biden have included robo-calls in support of Democratic Alabama Senate candidate, Doug Jones, in a final push to get-out-the-vote ahead of Tuesday’s special election.
Jones campaign officially calls Fox News confirms. They went out nationwide on Monday.
The 11th-hour efforts to be made on both sides. President Trump – who held a rally Friday, just across the Alabama state line in Florida, where he is Republican Roy Moore candidacy touted – has also recorded, the pro-Moore robo-call.
The national interest reflects the importance to keep to the trump of the agenda, the seat in Republican hands.
Moore dogged by the allegations for weeks, that he followed and even sexually harassed teenage women, when he was a young Prosecutor.
Moore denies the allegations.
“These allegations are completely false. I don’t have time even minors women. I didn’t bother anyone. And so these allegations are wrong,” Moore said in an interview with The voice of Alabama politics, a TV-news show in connection with the website of the Alabama Political Reporter.
“This is a choice, for all the world to tell what we stand for,” Jones supporters said at a one-stop Sunday, adding that his campaign “is on the right side of history.” At a previous appearance, he Alabama said “at a crossroads”, and that Moore, an untouched Evangelical populist who tries only to “conflict and division.”
Fox News’ Peter Doocy and The Associated Press contributed to this report.