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Have Roy Moore’s Poll Numbers Caused Paul Ryan to Change His Mind About Supporting Him?

Judge Roy Moore has been performing well against Democrat Doug Jones in recent polling. The post Have Roy Moore’s Poll Numbers Caused Paul Ryan to Change His Mind About Supporting Him? appeared first on RedState.
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