Some early tweets –
The tidbits from the early exit polls seem good for Jones — but early exits often overstate turnout among Dem-leaning groups. https://t.co/8UNMbwM1tG
— Nate Silver (@NateSilver538) December 13, 2017
Full story: The Alabama state Supreme Court has stayed yesterday's order directing election officials not to destroy digital voting records. Meaning that the state can go ahead and destroy them after all. #ALSenhttps://t.co/MAQwjgbEyF
— Connor Sheets (@ConnorASheets) December 12, 2017
#ALSen If you are in line at 7:00pm they have to let you vote. Be a good citizen and exercise your rights and go make your voice heard! And remember, if you are listed as "inactive" you can still offer a "regular" vote as long as you also offer a correction!
— Charlie Thomas (@BwanaSakkarani) December 13, 2017
The most remarkable exit poll number is Trump at 48/48 in Alabama
— Sam Stein (@samstein) December 12, 2017
Roy Moore campaign spokesman responds with silence when asked if he knew people can be sworn in with a text other than the Christian bible pic.twitter.com/B65qIKBjlI
— The Lead CNN (@TheLeadCNN) December 12, 2017
Watch it to the end.
Alabama's Secretary of State was an election monitor in Russia, where he deemed their election "free and fair" (it wasn't) and said he'd implement Russian tactics in Alabama https://t.co/6R5j6NAgU3
— Sarah Kendzior (@sarahkendzior) December 12, 2017
The New York Times has those dial things again. I can’t bear to watch them.
In Alabama today, confirmed reports of:
▪️ACTIVE voters listed as INACTIVE
▪️Police intimidation at polls
▪️Long lines due to insufficient equipment
▪️Texts telling people their polling location changed
THESE ARE ALL FORMS OF VOTER SUPPRESSION.
— Mikel Jollett (@Mikel_Jollett) December 12, 2017
The polls close at 7 Central Time. I’m sort of determinedly neutral, don’t want to hope for too much. But I will be watching.