Moore gains support in GOP Senate runoff
HUNTSVILLE, Ala. U.S. Rep. Mo Brooks, who finished third in Alabama’s GOP Senate primary, has announced his support for Roy Moore in the heated runoff with Sen. Luther Strange.
At a Saturday rally in Huntsville, Brooks said he has voted by absentee ballot for Moore. Brooks said Moore will “fight for America” and criticized “malicious” tactics of a PAC supporting Strange.
Strange’s campaign responded it is confident voters will agree with President Donald Trump that Strange is the best choice in the race. Trump endorsed Strange before the August primary.
Strange and Moore campaigned on opposite ends of Alabama this weekend, urging voters to get to the polls on Sept. 26.