Roy Moore forges on as Alabama prepares to vote
Allegations against Roy Moore have not stopped his campaigning, or his supporters. Photos capture solid rally turnout ahead of the vote.
Former White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon speaks at the campaign rally for former Alabama Supreme Court Justice Roy Moore, a Republican running for the U.S. Senate in Alabama, in Fairhope, Alabama on Dec. 5, 2017. The election, scheduled for Dec. 12, will fill the seat left vacant by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
Moore supporters bow their head in prayer.
A Roy Moore supporter holds up a sign at the campaign rally.
Moore speaks at a campaign rally.
A protester against Moore tries to disrupt the campaign rally while the candidate's supporters tear away his sign.
Romeo Ryan stands for a portrait with his RV while stopping along the side of the road in Daphne, Alabama on his way to the Moore rally in Fairhope. Ryan and his wife traveled from Georgia in support of the Republican candidate and his bid for U.S. Senate.
Moore stands with his wife Kayla at a campaign rally.
A television at OK Bicycle Shop in Mobile airs a local Fox affiliate's story about the special election, announcing President Donald Trump's endorsement of Moore.
A sign in support of U.S. Senate candidate Doug Jones, Moore's opponent, hangs on a pick up truck outside of OK Bicycle Shop in Mobile.
A sign posted by Vote.org, a non-partisan organization aiming to increase voter turnout and engagement, stands on Florida Street in Mobile.