Judge Roy Moore to officially submit paperwork to enter U.S. Senate race

Republican Roy Moore campaigns for the Senate in Montgomery, Ala., on Dec. 12, 2017. (Jabin Botsford/The Washington Post)

With the Nov. 8 deadline to qualify for seeking the U.S. Senate seat in Alabama slightly more than a week away, Roy Moore (R-AL) has announced that he will file the necessary paperwork with the Alabama Republican Party at the party’s headquarters on Oct. 31 at 3 p.m.

“It matters that the people of Alabama have a voice that will stand for God, Country, and family,” Judge Moore said. “Tomorrow, my campaign and I will finalize that by going to Birmingham and filing the paperwork to qualify with the state Republican party for the U.S. Senate seat.”

“Alabama must have a true conservative in the Senate that understands the Constitution and is unafraid of the Washington elite.  My whole career has been dedicated to defending liberty, justice, and religious freedom.  I have never been afraid to speak out for the truth, and the politicians in Washington know that.  Conservatives in Alabama have not forgotten how this Senate seat was stolen from them in December 2017.”

“I am in this race, and I will stay in this race.”

Judge Moore officially announced his candidacy in late June. The Republican primary date is March 3, 2020.

Judge Roy Moore is a life-long resident of Alabama and a committed constitutional conservative who has stood up for liberty and religious freedom his entire career.



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