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Kathy in KY Jan 12
Alabama, you done good, it sounds like. Thank you. I like that your senator jumped right in to co-sponsor a CHIP funding bill.
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Ashley Balcerzak 2h
Replying to @abalcerzak
Maryland's Democratic Party called on Michael Peroutka to withdraw his support for Moore after allegations of sexual activity with minors. This $10k donation on Dec 3 shows he didn't follow that advice
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Kyle Whitmire Jan 10
I don't know whether anyone will answer the question, but I'd like to know whether Alabama would have won the Toyota-Mazda plant had Roy Moore won the race last month. Word in the grapevine a month ago was no.
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Ashley Balcerzak 2h
Replying to @MooreSenate
Some more super PAC donors in : -Equinox Partners President Sean Fieler ($10k) Some local/state officials: -Georgia Insurance commissioner Ralph Hudgens ($10k) -Texas State Sen Donald Huffines ($10k) -Anne Arundel County Councilman Michael Peroutka ($10k)
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Alabama Reporter Jan 17
Sen. Doug Jones co-sponsors legislation to push back against FCC’s vote on net neutrality
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CROWENATION™ 🇺🇸📺🍿 4h
Replying to @veteranhank
Whatever happened to Beverly Young Nelson? After the election concluded giving a radical democrat a seat that hasn’t been held by a liberal in decades. Guess Nelson earned her money she was paid to lie.
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Courageous Cons. PAC Jan 13
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ilyse hogue Jan 6
Yes, please again wonder why the young women Roy Moore accosted didn't come forward sooner. Police investigating arson after accuser's hosue burn to the ground.
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Stone 1h
Why not a deal now? What will 3 weeks do that could not be done from last September to now? This is a ploy - do not fall for it ! R’s do not want DACA deal b/c they know this is the red meat for their base. NO DACA = NO DEAL = “NO” VOTE. tRumpShutdown
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ilyse hogue Jan 9
Seems this year is all about Alabama doing the impossible. I’m down.
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Rob Pyers 13h
Restore our Godly Heritage PAC raised $174K between 11/23 & 12/31, spent $91,024 boosting accused child molester Roy Moore in .
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Nathaniel Rakich Jan 9
Joe Arpaio winning the Republican nomination in would be all over again.
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Stephen Wolf Jan 7
Democrat Doug Jones won 2017's race, but he carried just 1/7 congressional districts (right) thanks largely to GOP gerrymandering. Jones could've won 3/7 districts with this nonpartisan map instead (left)
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Chris Davis Jan 8
You know the last time I heard a room fall so silent, it was Election Night at Roy Moore's camp. Never too late to get in an reference, amirite?
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Derek Willis Jan 19
Hey, remember Highway 31, the Dem super PAC active in that didn't disclose any donors & worked on credit? It was mainly funded by fellow super PAC Senate Majority PAC, new FEC filing shows:
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Juls🇺🇸 4h
I believe the campaign was started just to implicate the campaign for race bc now suddenly it’s over
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ProudNewEnglander Jan 7
Going to write an article about the three types of precincts in Jefferson County, Alabama in the special election. With a bunch of graphs to illustrate. Should have it out in a day or two.
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Jory_N Jan 7
We’ll see. race was heartening but it was a record turnout & black voters were very highly motivated to vote for a hero Civil Rights prosecutor vs a child molester who hates every amendment after the 10th (ie thinks only white men should vote).
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Robert A George Jan 9
Mark it down: Beginning of the end: Day before election, Bannon -- campaigning for Roy Moore -- slammed Joe Scarborough for not being smart enough to attend schools Bannon went to (Georgetown/Harvard); Scarborough went to...Alabama. Now, day after Tide wins title...
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C. Shawn Eib Jan 16
Exactly. Earlier it was asked what we do. What we do is we VOTE. We go out with a laptop and a hotspot and get people registered. We then come back Election Day and give rides to the polls. We vote in such numbers that none of their tricks can be covered up. Look at .
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