Alabama voters are heading to the polls on Tuesday to elect a new senator, choosing between Republican candidate Judge Roy Moore, Democratic candidate Doug Jones and a handful of write-in candidates. Moore has been under scrutiny the last few weeks following multiple accusations of sexual misconduct against teenagers while he was in his 30’s. University of Alabama Law Professor Ronald Krotoszynski says most Alabama voters don’t believe the media.

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