"The driving force had to unquestionably be driven by a fervor to vote for President Donald Trump."
USA Today reports that President-elect Joe Biden is considering U.S. Sen. Doug Jones to head the U.S. Department of Justice.
Stan McDonald is a Huntsville attorney and will be chair of Tuberville's transition team.
Trump was the overwhelming preference of white people in Alabama. Black people preferred Joe Biden as president by even a larger percentage.
Voters handed the GOP victories in every Alabama congressional district in which they ran a candidate.
Tuberville, a former Auburn University head football coach, ran on his admiration and support for President Donald Trump, and the people of Alabama agreed.
Polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. tonight.
The Tommy Tuberville Foundation, over five years, raised $289,599 but spent just $51,658 on charitable causes.
Those who know the former Auburn head coach best — his players — say this version of Tuberville is a person they don’t recognize or trust.
Tuberville urged everyone to vote on Tuesday and to vote to re-elect President Donald Trump.