Spotted in Alabama: Mo Brooks' 'Ditch Mitch' bus

Aug. 12 2017 Sen. Luther Strange R handles a snake as park naturalist Mandy Pearson looks on during a campaign stop in Heflin Ala

Aug. 12 2017 Sen. Luther Strange R handles a snake as park naturalist Mandy Pearson looks on during a campaign stop in Heflin Ala

The 30-second ad is apparently in response to the McConnell-controlled Senate Leadership Fund, which is reportedly willing to spend up to $8 million to boost Strange's campaign.

Brooks is running against odd for Attorney General Jeff Sessions old Senate seat, which unusual now holds due to a February appointment.

A new poll conducted by Montgomery-based Cygnal shows Roy Moore leading incumbent Senator Luther Strange and Mo Brooks heading into the special U.S. Senate primary Tuesday.

Unusual is locked in what is essentially a 3 way special battle for a special election that also features former AL Supreme Court Judge Roy Moore (of Ten Commandments fame) and Rep. Mo Brooks. A runoff will be held September 26 if no candidate gets more than 50 percent of the vote, which seems likely in the crowded field.

"Make no mistake: a vote for Luther Strange is a vote for Mitch McConnell", a source close to Brooks' Senate campaign told The Daily Caller News Foundation regarding the Brooks ad.

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Strange, who called Trump's election a "Biblical miracle", said he's honored by the president's support.

"McConnell and odd are weak", Brooks says.

Levin, the syndicated conservative radio host who is sympathetic to Trump, vented on Facebook about "Trump's pathetic endorsement of Luther Strange, McConnell's RINO puppet, screwing conservatives in Alabama and across the nation".

"Others attack our president, I am fighting with him to drain the Swamp and repeal Obamacare", Mr.

The poll numbers showed Moore with 30.7 percent, odd with 22.6 percent, and Brooks with 18.1 percent. In 2016, he was removed the bench for ordering Alabama judges to defy federal court orders on gay marriage.

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