Moore hired Shana Kluck Teehan as his chief of staff and William “Bill” Harris as his district director.
Sachs was diagnosed with double pneumonia and admitted to Crestwood Hospital in Huntsville in October. He was placed on a ventilator over the weekend.
Moore defeated Democratic nominee Phyllis Harvey-Hall with 65.4 percent to her 34.6 percent.
Moore expressed confidence in President Donald Trump’s re-election prospects.
“I’m pleased that FarmPAC has seen fit to endorse me in this election,” Moore said.
2nd Congressional District candidate Barry Moore praised Trump's debate performance.
“I was pleased with how President Trump did during his Town Hall,” Moore said.
The story has not been confirmed by other news outlets and questions remain about the authenticity of the emails included.
Moore faces Democratic nominee Phyllis Harvey-Hall in the Nov. 3 general election.
“Wednesday night we saw yet again the difference between our two choices on election day,” Moore said.