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Barry Moore expects good news on Election Day

Moore expressed confidence in President Donald Trump’s re-election prospects.

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Congressional candidate Barry Moore is looking forward to “good news” Tuesday night after the polls close on Election Day. Moore gained headlines as one of the first elected officials in the nation to support then-candidate Donald Trump’s campaign for the presidency.

Moore continues to be an ardent Trump supporter.

Moore expressed confidence in now-President Trump’s re-election. “I’m concerned that radicals on the Left have laid the groundwork to confuse the results of the election, including more riots and destruction. It’s all they have at this point,” he said. “They can’t win on ideas, because theirs have failed every time they’ve been tried. They can’t win on records, because President Trump’s beats Joe Biden’s hands down. They can only try to bully and cheat their way to victory, but I think the president’s support is going to be so overwhelming there’ll be no doubt who won the election when we get up Wednesday morning.”

Moore is currently seeking Alabama’s 2nd Congressional District as the Republican nominee. He faces Democratic nominee Phyllis Harvey-Hall on the ballot on Tuesday, Nov. 3.

“I think we’re going to have good news Tuesday night,” Moore said. “I’ve been all over District 2 in the last few weeks, and I think people are responding to our message of support for the president, a conservative, common-sense approach to government, and a strong America.”

“The people of District 2 know me,” Moore said. “They know I’m a proven conservative, and that’s not going to change when I get to Washington. They know I’ll continue to support our military and our Veterans. They know I’ll continue to support our farmers and our agribusinesses across the District, and across Alabama. They know I want to rebuild American industry with American workers doing American jobs. They know I’ll fight to finish the wall, and finally fix our immigration mess. They know I’ll continue to support families and fight for the rights of the unborn, starting with ending all taxpayer funding of abortions, period.”

“President Trump and I both have proven records and strong messages, and people know it,” Moore said. “That’s why I think we’re going to get good news Tuesday night.”

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Moore served two terms as a member of the Alabama House of Representatives from 2010 to 2018. He is a veteran, a small businessman, a husband and a father of four from Enterprise.

Moore has been endorsed by Trump, U.S. Rep. Andy Biggs (R-AZ, Chair of the House Freedom Caucus), Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH of the House Freedom Fund), Christian Conservatives of Alabama, Heritage Action PAC, Club for Growth PAC, FarmPAC, NRA, Gun Owners of America, Susan B Anthony PAC, Guardian Fund PAC, National Right To Life PAC, Alabama First Responders Association, Veterans Leadership Fund, American Workers Coalition PAC, Eagle Forum, Alabama Republican Assembly, the Alabama Swamp Drainers PAC, Rep. Mike Holmes (R-Wetumpka), Rep. Charlotte Meadows (R-Montgomery), Rep. Terri Collins (R-Decatur), and Rep. Tim Wadsworth (R-Arley).

The election is Tuesday. Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Remember to bring a valid photo ID.

Written By

Brandon Moseley is a senior reporter with over nine years at Alabama Political Reporter. During that time he has written 8,794 articles for APR. You can email him at [email protected] or follow him on Facebook. Brandon is a native of Moody, Alabama, a graduate of Auburn University, and a seventh generation Alabamian.

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