Strange, Moore agree to debate ahead of runoff to Senate

Strange, Moore agree to debate ahead of runoff to Senate

Strange, Moore agree to debate ahead of runoff to Senate

President Donald Trump endorsed Strange before the primary, tweeting, "Senator Luther Strange has done a great job representing the people of the Great State of Alabama". Luther Strange following the congressman's stinging loss in the first round of primary voting last month.

Trump made the announcement Saturday evening via twitter.

It is the only debate so far confirmed between the two Republicans ahead of the September 26 runoff in the race for Attorney General Jeff Sessions' former Senate seat.

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The two campaigns confirmed Saturday that Moore and unusual will debate Thursday.

Mo Brooks is throwing his support behind former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore in the state's Senate primary runoff against Sen. Brooks said Moore will "fight for America" and criticized "malicious" tactics of a PAC supporting odd.

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The Strange campaign could not immediately provide details of the visit. Brooks said Moore will "fight for America" and criticized "malicious" tactics of a PAC supporting unusual. The effort includes TV ads supporting unusual as well as mail fliers featuring an endorsement from Alabama Senator Richard Shelby.

Odd told a young Republican group in Baldwin County that the race is a "dead heat".

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