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 · Democrat Doug Jones scored a razor-thin — but stunning — apparent victory over Roy Moore in the Alabama special election on Tuesday.

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In a stunning victory aided by scandal, Democrat Doug Jones won Alabama's special Senate election on Tuesday, beating back history, an embattled Republican opponent and President Donald Trump, who urgently endorsed Republican rebel Roy Moore despite a litany of sexual misconduct allegations.

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13/12/2017 ·  · Democrat Doug Jones delivered a stunning upset defeat to Republican Roy Moore in a U.S. Senate race in deep-red Alabama that had split the GOP even before its controversial nominee …

Alabama election: Democrat Jones

Doug Jones wins a Senate seat for Alabama after a bitter campaign against Trump-backed Roy Moore.

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politics & government Alabama Senate Election Results: Doug Jones Defeats Roy Moore Doug Jones becomes the first Democrat elected to the Senate from Alabama since 1992; Moore refuses to concede to Jones.

Alabama Senate election: Doug Jones

13/12/2017 · Democrat Doug Jones has defeated Roy Moore in Alabama’s Senate election, according to a projection from the Fox News Decision Desk.

Doug Jones Defeats Alleged Pedophile …

Roy Moore, the former Republican state judge who has been accused of child molestation, has lost the senate race to Democratic attorney Doug Jones by a slim margin. With 100% of polls in, the New York Times reports that Jones won the contest with 671,151 votes or 49.9% of the vote. Republican Roy

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Alabama Election Results: Doug Jones

Results for the U.S. Senate special election between Roy S. Moore, a Republican, and Doug Jones, a Democrat.

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Mr Jones’s victory was narrow—he took 49.9% of the vote to Mr Moore’s 48.4%, with the remaining 1.7% going to write-in votes—but decisive.