Moore Beats Strange In GOP Primary

If it was a football game — it would be called a rout. Roy Moore easily beat Luther Strange in the Republican Senate Primary. Moore declared the winner well before 10 last night — beating Strange with about 57% of the vote. So, the gun-packing, horse-back riding, Bible quoting former judge — who was kicked off the bench — could be the state’s next Senator. Moore will face democrat Doug Jones in December. Luther Strange was supported by President Trump, though Trump said at a rally, the endorsement could be a mistake. And Trump’s former top advisor, Steve Bannon, supported Moore.