By Chip Brownlee
Alabama Political Reporter
Less than 24 hours before polls open in the U.S. Senate special primary runoff, former Chief Justice Roy Moore appears to be maintaining a sizable lead over incumbent Sen. Luther Strange, according to new polls released over the weekend and Monday.
The most recent poll, conducted by Cygnal research between Aug. 23–24, shows Moore leading Strange by 11 percentage points overall. Among those who have definitely chosen a candidate, Moore leads by 12 percentage points.