ALABAMA: Alabama is a red state that has been a Republican stronghold since the late 1960s.
That’s why it was so important for Mitt Romney to win the state in 2012, because he had the support of Republican legislators.
The last Democrat to hold the seat was a Republican, John Bel Edwards, in 2010.
But Alabama’s Republicans have a new governor in Roy Moore, who has called the election a “nightmare” and accused Democrats of rigging the polls.
Alabama’s governor, Kay Ivey, says that she believes the election will be “fair and fair” and that the state will stay solidly Republican, despite some voters having concerns about the state’s economy.
Ivey is a strong conservative who has made it a priority to make Alabama a place where people can walk to work without fear of being mugged.
“I think the state is going to continue to be Republican,” she told reporters on Tuesday.
Trump is a “very good friend” of Alabama, Ivey said.
“I don’t know if he’ll be running against me or against me, but he’s going to be very supportive of Alabama.”
Alabama has historically voted Republican.
Moore has said he would not be re-elected in 2020, and he has been criticized by his Democratic opponent for not backing down in the face of allegations of sexual misconduct.
Some Republicans in Alabama have already vowed to vote for Trump if he is elected, including state Sen. John Whitmire, who recently said that if Moore wins the state, “I will be one of the first to say that the president of the United States is a disgrace.”