Roy Moore, and God, Wins Alabama Senate Race. Liberals Lose Bigly
Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate, said:
"After winning the Alabama Republican nomination in an upset, Roy Moore, in his Victory speech Tuesday night September 27 gave credit to a long line of family, friends and supporters. Calling them by name and embracing some, he also gave credit to God.
Moore explained that without God, nothing is possible.
Moore always thanks God and discusses God's values in his public life. This constant deference to God is nerve wracking to God-hating agnostics in the national media and the leftwing crowd.
Media started calling the election for Moore and in the minutes prior to the concession by Strange and victory speech by Moore it was clear the margin of victory for Moore.
With 72 per cent of the precincts reporting, Moore had 56.4% (184,000 votes), Strange had 43.6% (142,000 votes).
Public Advocate mailed to its supporters, posted ads on social media, emailed contacts and boosted videos on youtube promoting Roy Moore reaching one million Alabama voters.
Moore crushed his opponent Luther Strange in spite of being outspent. According to Moore, Strange and affiated leadership political action committees spent $30 million to Moore's $1.5 million.
As tribute to the "peculiar political climate", Luther Strange himself in his concession speech said he "had never see a political environment like this in his whole life".
And Bob Corker, a moderate Republican Senator from Tennessee announced his retirement on the same night.
Prior to the victory statement, the national media heard first from Steve Bannon who said moderate Republicans would be challenged all over the country.
All in all, one victory like this seems to be a continuation of the upheavel caused by the Donald Trump election victory in the reversal of liberal fortunes and the pending downfall of liberals in power and in the leadership of the Republican Party as well," said Eugene Delgaudio, president of Public Advocate.
Public Advocate filed two reports with the Federal Elections Commission to detail the cost of its independent expenditure effort to promote Moore to the U.S. Senate.