Alabama Senate Race: More Than Moore-Strange

Saul Bowman
September 26, 2017

Luther Strange (R) is trying to distance himself from Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.), whose political operation has gone to great lengths to help Strange win.

Former White House strategist Steve Bannon will speak at a south Alabama rally for Moore along with "Duck Dynasty" star Phil Robertson. Trump disclosed this to "Roy & Bubba", a syndicated radio show in Birmingham, Alabama.

"If Luther wins, the Democrats will hardly fight".

But Trump seemed to suggest it's Moore's fault for not making an impression on him, because it's "not a good sign" when the President can't recall your name. He's believed to have support from numerous same angry voters who pushed President Trump into the White House.

Meanwhile, both candidates overwhelmingly approve of Donald Trump's job so far in office, with 90 percent of Strange's supporters and 75 percent of Moore's supporters signaling their approval.

"Ray will have a hard time".

The survey was conducted after President Trump appeared at a rally on Friday evening in Huntsville, Ala., to campaign alongside odd, who has been cast as the Washington establishment candidate in the race. "Against Luther, they won't even fight".

Ahead of tomorrow's Republican primary runoff in Alabama, appointed Sen.

Trump sees the primary race as pivotal since odd has been one of his strong supporters in the Senate.

In less than 24hrs to the Alabama Republican Senate special election, President Trump has said the way will be opened for a democratic election win if Ray Moore wins the Republican primary. Unusual is widely accepted as the GOP establishment pick, and he also has the backing of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.

Trump traveled to Huntington on Friday to stump for odd at a rally.

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