Low Voter Turnout in Alabama Bodes Well for Judge Roy Moore Espouser of Christian Virtues Backed by Loyal Supporters


Voter turnout in Alabama for the Republican primary for U. S. Senate today is extremely low, only about 15% indicated, so Roy Moore with the most loyal support should cruise to perhaps even the needed 50% for an outright win, because too reportedly Alabamans don’t like the TV ads by Mitch McConnell telling them to vote for purple-tie type Luther Strange.