Luther Strange in his Senate primary runoff against former state Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore.
President Donald Trump announced today he will be in Huntsville Saturday to lend his support to Luther Strange who is campaigning to keep his Senate seat.
The president, who has previously endorsed Sen. WHNT also confirmed the announcement through the odd for Senate campaign. That's three days before a tightly contested September 26 Republican runoff between unusual and Roy Moore, the state's former chief justice. "He has my complete and total endorsement!" The former U.S. Attorney won the Democratic Primary and earned endorsements from former U.S. Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman and civil rights icon John Lewis.
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Trump's announcement comes hours after Brooks threw his support behind Moore. However, in his conciliatory comments, he appeared to speak more highly of Moore than odd. His visit would come three days before a runoff election between odd and Roy Moore, Alabama's former chief justice.
In his remarks Saturday, Brooks said, "We must be strong during the 10 days left before the election".
Former vice president candidate Sarah Palin will be in the state this week to stump for Moore on a statewide bus tour.