Category: State Politics

J. Pepper Bryars: Conservatives can vote for the Alabama Republican Party if they cannot directly support Roy Moore

    Don’t want to vote for Roy Moore because of the allegations? Cannot support Doug Jones because he’s an abortion extremist? Think a write-in candidate will only help elect a Democrat? Conservatives in Alabama have a viable fourth option – voting a straight ticket. Voters will find a section…

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Poll results show write-in candidate Lee Busby may be a Moore election spoiler

  The newest Emerson College poll shows Democrat Doug Jones pulling within just three percentage points of Republican Roy Moore in the Senate seat race.  The poll included write-in candidate Lee Busby who received 5 percent of the vote. Moore led the three with 49 percent support and Jones trailed close…

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J. Pepper Bryars: Roy Moore isn’t bad for business (but he isn’t necessarily good for business either)

[caption id="attachment_50241" align="aligncenter" width="800"] (Judge Roy Moore for U.S. Senate/Facebook)[/caption]     Over the weekend NPR aired a story about how Alabama’s business community fears that Roy Moore’s likely election to the Senate could hurt the state’s economic growth, costing jobs for the very people he seeks to represent. “Roy…

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Where is the Roy Moore issue going? 4 things Alabamians should watch for

[caption id="attachment_49917" align="aligncenter" width="800"] (FOXNews/YouTube)[/caption]   Many Alabamians have already judged the judge or condemned the media, and their position seems guided by how people have felt about Roy Moore since we first learned about the “Ten Commandments Judge” more than 20-years ago. You loved him ... or you hated…

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