Poll: Roy Moore leads GOP field for U.S. Senate seat in Alabama

Poll: Roy Moore leads GOP field for U.S. Senate seat in Alabama
Rallying the troops. (Image: Screen grab of Fox News video, YouTube)

[Ed. – He’s ba-ack.]

A new poll shows former Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore leading several prospective candidates in the 2020 Republican Alabama Senate primary.

The poll conducted by Mason-Dixon Polling and Strategy Inc. released Tuesday shows Moore leading a crowded field with 27% of the vote, followed by Rep. Mo Brooks at 18%, Rep. Bradley Byrne at 13% and Rep. Gary Palmer at 11%. …

The congressman said earlier this year that he is “seriously considering” another run for the seat in 2020.

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“Well, I’m seriously considering it. I think that it was stolen, and I think that’s been pronounced in the national newspapers,” Moore said during an interview with Bryan Fischer of the American Family Radio Network in January.

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