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Alabama Secretary of State Convinces Google to Remove Anti-Roy Moore Ad from YouTube as Incorrect or Misleading, But Was It?

Here’s the ad.  Alabama SOS Merrill Press Release: Recent reports to the Alabama Secretary of State’s Office indicated the existence of an ad that was targeting Alabamians with incorrect or inaccurate information intent on confusing voters. The ad made claims … Continue reading ?
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