Roy Moore Allegations May Force Governor To Make A Harsh Decision

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If the charges against Judge Roy Moore become substantiated, the Governor of Alabama has one possible option that would allow her to delay the election. What the GOP is dealing with is that under the laws, Judge Moore cannot be removed from the ballot within 76 days of the election. That would almost guarantee the Democrat opponent the Senate seat. The other thought is that the GOP establishment has found a way to get Roy Moore out of their hair.

As Written By Summer Meza for Newsweek:

Republicans want Alabama Governor Kay Ivey to delay the December 12 special election in order to buy time to deal with the embattled U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore, who was accused of sexually assaulting a minor.

Some members of the GOP are reportedly floating the idea of a delay as a strategy to get Moore’s name off the ballot, according to The New York

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