How Does it Feel to Be a Doug Jones Supporter in Alabama?

The New Yorker’s Alexis Okeowo writes about the rise of Doug Jones, the Democratic candidate in Alabama’s upcoming U.S. Senate race. Jones, a lawyer and progressive civil-rights advocate from Birmingham, is running against Republican Senator Roy Moore, a Christian evangelical ally who is facing several accusations of sexual assault. Okeowo notes, “The election could hinge on the conservative ideals that Moore still claims to represent, including in the matter of abortion.”

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