(From The USA Today)
The election to determine Alabama’s next senator has drawn tens of millions of dollars into the state and the world’s attention.
Now the decision is in Alabama voters’ hands, and they have a full 12 hours to head to the polls — from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT Tuesday. Democrat Doug Jones and Republican Roy Moore are on the ballot.
The election brings an end to a campaign that consumed the state for six months and grew more intense after nine women accused Moore of a range of misconduct from pursuing relationships with them as teenagers to unwanted attention to assault. The former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, who was removed from office twice for defying federal orders, has denied all the charges.