The New York Times reports: Roy S. Moore, a former chief justice of the State Supreme Court, and Senator Luther Strange emerged from a crowded Republican field on Tuesday in a special Senate primary in Alabama, according to The Associated Press. They will face off for their party’s nomination next month in a runoff election,...
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Former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore and Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) will advance to the Senate primary runoff to fill the seat left open by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Sen. Luther Strange and former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore are headed to a Republican primary runoff to fill the U.S.
Despite Trump’s endorsement for Luther Strange, former Alabama supreme court chief justice Roy Moore is leading the polls ahead of Tuesday’s election Donald Trump has endorsed Luther Strange in a special GOP primary election next we...
After a crowded Republican race, Mr. Moore, a former chief justice of the State Supreme Court, and Mr. Strange, the current senator, will face each other in a runoff next month.