Roy Moore files lawsuit to block Alabama Senate result

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Failed candidate Roy Moore has doubled down on his claims of voter irregularities in Alabama's U.S. Senate race in a last-ditch effort to stop the certification of the Democratic opponent who pulled off a historic upset last month in a traditionally deep-red state. Moore asked a judge late...

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He attached a statement from a poll worker that she had noticed licenses from Georgia and North Carolina as people signed in to vote.

It is perfectly legal for people holding drivers licenses from another state to vote in Alabama as long as they reside in Alabama. The Alabama Secretary of State's website specifically mentions "Valid State Issued ID (Alabama or any other state)" as a valid form of ID.

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