A strong debate performance, a visit from President Trump, and a new problem for Judge Roy Moore are all working in Luther Strange’s favor with four days before the runoff.
The runoff election for Jeff Sessions’ U.S. Senate seat in Alabama is only four days away, and Sen. Luther Strange (R-AL) can claim some serious momentum heading in to the final weekend.
Strange had a strong performance in the only debate between him and challenger Roy Moore on Thursday night, capped by an appeal to God’s grace and a condemnation of Moore’s attacks on President Trump.
Strange can also look forward to a visit from President Donald Trump, who will rally for Strange on Friday in Alabama:
Will be in Alabama tonight. Luther Strange has gained mightily since my endorsement, but will be very close. He loves Alabama, and so do I!
— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 22, 2017
Trump remains popular in the state.
Then there’s a new ad that may pose some serious problems for Moore in the final days of the campaign.
The runoff election is on Tuesday, Sept. 26.
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