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After Sexual Misconduct Allegations, Roy Moore Left With a Skeleton Campaign
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6 Dec 2017 02:46 AM EST

With one week to go until the election, Roy Moore, the Republican Senate candidate dogged by accusations of sexual misconduct with teenagers decades ago, is running a ghost of a campaign. Since winning the GOP nomination in September, Moore has put together an effort that has come to be defined by few staffers, little money, skimpy television ad buys, no volunteer apparatus, a nearly absentee candidate and no press interviews. On Tuesday night, Moore held his first campaign rally in more than two months. It comes after the Republican National Committee on Monday recommitted to helping the Moore campaign after opting to exit the state three weeks ago. Moore has dismissed all proposals made by his Democratic opponent, Doug Jones, to engage in a debate and he hasn't given a single interview with a local or national news outlet since the initial allegations of sexual impropriety surfaced.

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