Republicans notice growing Democratic odds in Alabama

Senate Republicans are constantly concerning about the United States Senate seat in Alabama. Luther Johnson Strange III, a politician and American lawyer serving as Alabama‘s junior United States Senator, could be missed to Democrats.

Still, republicans hope that Roy Moore, nominated for GOP which is the major extant Republican Party, can be hindered by either Alabama Republican Party prohibiting him or President Trump provoking him to drop out before the special election scheduled on 12th December.

While, there are many other options that seem more likely to secure the seat such as promoting write-in candidate, which appears probably to split the votes for GOP and covers the path for Democratic victory.

Moore is currently fighting with mounting allegations of sexual misconduct including women accused him for sexual assault and romantically chasing them when teenagers. But, The Alabama Republican Party is supporting Moore.

According to the reports, the state GOP didn’t vote for whether to remove its favor to Moore as a party nominee. Moore would be remained in the election, if committee had shown support. But, if Moore won, the ballot could have been deemed void and null, ordering one more new special election.

Moore wrote in a letter that has sent to Hannity that, “I adamantly deny the allegations of Leigh Corfman and Beverly Nelson, did not date underage girls, and have taken steps to begin a civil action for defamation. Because of that, at the direction of counsel, I cannot comment further.”

He also posted a tweet saying that, “We are everything the Washington Elite hate. They will do whatever it takes to stop us. We will not quit.”

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