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Jones to transcend Alabama’s rigid racial polarization and assemble a winning coalition. Jones’s victory were the Republican-leaning residents who chose to write in the name of a third candidate rather than back one of the two major party nominees. Jones’s victory was a long-awaited rejection of the divisive brand of politics that Alabama has inevitably rewarded even as some of its Southern neighbors were turning to more moderate leaders. Jones, Sue Bell Cobb, a former chief judge of the Alabama Supreme Court, said that he had overcome a culture of “toxic partisanship,” reaching out to Republicans and electrifying restive Democrats.“Never has there been this level of civic engagement,” said Ms.
More than 20,000 voters here cast write-in ballots, which amounted to 1.7 percent of the electorate - about the same as Mr. Cobb, who is planning to run for governor next year.
Trump’s political influence and the willingness of hard-right voters to tolerate a candidate accused of preying on teenage girls. Jones, 63, best known for prosecuting two Ku Klux Klansmen responsible for the 1963 bombing of Birmingham’s 16th Street Baptist Church, offered himself chiefly as a figure of conciliation.He vowed to pursue traditional Democratic policy aims, in areas such as education and health care, but also pledged to cross party lines in Washington and partner with Senator Richard C.Shelby, the long-tenured Alabama Republican, to defend the state’s interests. Moore did little in the general election to make himself more acceptable to conventional Republicans. But after facing allegations in early November that he sexually abused a 14-year-old girl and pursued relationships with other teenagers, Mr.Moore, it was an intensifying political migraine for Republican leaders months before then. For all their efforts, party leaders were rewarded with Mr. Trump offered a Thanksgiving week defense of the candidate and urged the people of Alabama to oppose Mr. He returned to Alabama for a rally in the rural, southeast corner of the state on Monday with Stephen K. Moore, whom they grudgingly embraced in the early fall — just in time for a scandal of unmatched luridness to appear.