December 12, 2017

Embattled Judge Roy Moore decided the best move to make today was to ride to Gallant, Alabama polling station on his horse "Sassy."

Moore told CNN back in September, when he was actually talking to the legitimate press, why he came scurrying in.

“I think it’s a good thing to do,” Moore told CNN in September, when he rode Sassy to the polls in his runoff election against Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.). “I won the last time I rode a horse.”

With turnout likely to be higher than expected, closer to 25%, that may help the Democrat.

Fox News ran a poll that had Jones up by 10 points and another poll came out that had Moore up.

Nate Silver still believes Moore has an advantage, since it is red state, Alabama.

I imagine he does too.

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