Roy Moore's wife, Kayla, argued that her husband is no bigot at a Monday night campaign rally, saying that "one of our attorneys is a Jew."
"Fake news would tell you that we don't care for Jews. And I tell you all this because I've seen it and I just want to set the record straight while they're here," she said. "One of our attorneys is a Jew...
But I guess we shouldn't be surprised that she might stick her foot in her mouth. After all, she's only thirteen...*
I'm hoping this result signals the beginning of the end for Steve Bannon's "movement."
Beyond that, I can't say that I'm thrilled with Jones. He seems to be something of a moderate, which is good I think, but does support a "living wage," which irks me.
Beyond that, there were over 20,000 write-in votes. That's nearly 2%. Write-ins for the 2016 Alabama Senate race clocked in at 0.2%. I think write-ins for the 2016 Presidential Election came in at around 0.5%. For the 2012 Election, they came in at 0.2% (the same for 2008). In 2004, write-ins were...wait for it.... 0.04%!