Black voters could be decisive key in Alabama Senate race
Written by Charles Ellison on November 25, 2017
Despite a torrent of horrific headlines regarding the pedophiliac tendencies of Alabama Republican U.S. Senate nominee Roy Moore, many observers still believe that as embattled by embarrassing national headlines as he is, Moore will win on Dec. 12.
And that eventuality is nearing even as some believe Black voters are in a prime position to stop it.
The sense of alarm among many, even some stunned Republicans bracing for backlash from Moore’s election, stems from concern over pools of undecideds.
There is still a significant number of voters claiming they’re “undecided” or “unsure” in this race, a rate considered somewhat high given all the non-stop cycle of negative news handicapping Moore’s campaign. Some analysts remain skeptical that polling respondents are being completely truthful or unable to admit that they’re supporting an accused pedophile for a U.S. Senate seat.
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