A State in Bondage to its Past Confronts a Difficult Choice for Senate

Yahoo News‘ Jon Ward reports from Alabama as voters go to the polls in the special election between Roy Moore and Doug Jones. He talks to a variety of voters, from a white evangelical pastor to an establishment Republican activist to a black Baptist minister. The Rev. Oscar Montgomery, pastor of Union Hill Primitive Baptist Church in Huntsville, told Ward: “There are some who refuse to believe that our vote can make a difference. There’s this prevailing belief among many that the majority are totally spiritually and morally bankrupt. Those whites, if they had an ounce of morality, would be forced to vote for Jones.”

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