Roy Moore Accuser Says She Added Note To His Signature
Beverly Nelson says she added a note in her yearbook beneath what she says is the signature of U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore.LEARN MORE
A lawsuit says a lack of hard copies of ballots, combined with deleting the digital images, could make it easier to manipulate the results.
Ahead of Alabama's Senate election Tuesday, a judge ordered all digital ballot images be saved.
In Alabama, voters fill out paper ballots, which are then digitized and counted. A group of four Alabama voters filed suit last week to preserve those digital images. Those images are usually destroyed after the election, according to the plaintiff's attorney.
That attorney told AL.com a lack of any hard copies of ballots, combined with deleting the digital images, could make it easier to manipulate the results.
The race pits Republican candidate Judge Roy Moore against Democrat Doug Jones. Alabama is a heavily Republican state, but this race could still be a close one thanks in part to allegations that Moore sexually assaulted minors.
Wednesday's debate provides another chance for candidates to pitch themselves to a national audience as alternatives to former Pres. Donald Trump.
The president warned Tuesday that Trump and his allies are "determined to destroy American democracy."
The GOP presidential front-runner has talked about targeting his rivals and vowed to seek retribution if he wins a second term.
Back in 2020, federal regulators moved to require herring fishermen to directly pay observers salaries.
Sean "Diddy" Combs and two other men have been accused of gang-raping a 17-year-old girl in 2003 in a new lawsuit.
Police responded to the area near BEAM Hall around noon amid reports that there were multiple victims.