The right-side contraction of the Republican party continues in the south as the Alabama governor's race has a familiar face in the early lead: former judge Roy Moore.
Moore was expelled from his position as chief justice for refusing to remove a replica of the Ten Commandments from his courthouse, and since then has been advocating for traditional American values and ethics with his Foundation for Moral Law.
Yes, because ignoring the law is such a strong family value. To get an idea of the constituency in Alabama, check out this data:
Three-quarters of respondents are pro-life, 87 percent support traditional marriage, 86 percent are anti-tax, 82 percent are pro-gun and 80 percent historically contribute to charitable or political organizations.
They may get the leader they deserve.