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  • Roy Moore beats Trump-backed Luther Strange in Alabama Senate primary

    Former Alabama judge Roy Moore during his acceptance speech Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017 addressed the divisions in the country, saying "We are one nation under God and we can become one nation unified." Moore ran against appointed incumbent Luther Strange in the Ala. GOP Senate runoff election.

Roy Moore beats Trump-backed Luther Strange in Alabama Senate primary

Former Alabama judge Roy Moore during his acceptance speech Tuesday, Sept. 26, 2017 addressed the divisions in the country, saying "We are one nation under God and we can become one nation unified." Moore ran against appointed incumbent Luther Strange in the Ala. GOP Senate runoff election.
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