July 8, 2017 by Dave Bohon
Roy Moore (shown), twice suspended as Alabama’s chief justice, appears to be leading all Republican candidates in the GOP primary race for the Alabama U.S. Senate seat Jeff Sessions left to become President Trump’s attorney general.
Politico.com reported that, according to internal polling by one of his opponents, Moore leads all candidates with 31 percent of the projected votes, followed by former Alabama Attorney General Luther Strange (23 percent), who currently fills the Senate seat after being selected earlier this year by then-Gov. Robert Bentley as Sessions’ replacement. Trailing close behind Strange is Alabama U.S. Congressman Mo Brooks with 21 percent.
While the Republican Party has come out in support of Strange, his connection to Bentley — who was forced to resign in the midst of personal scandal and ethics controversies — has hurt his candidacy.
Following Bentley’s resignation, his replacement, Gov. Kay Ivey, called…
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