Democratic Senator Doug Jones officially launched his re-election campaign in Alabama on Sunday, the Associated Press reported.
Two years after drawing a surprising victory in the saturated red state, Jones will again seek to represent Alabama in 2020.
"The success of our state depends on the commitment of the strength and spirit and intelligence of our millions of citizens," Jones told supporters in Birmingham, according to the AP.
"No matter what zip code you live in. Your race, your religion, your disability, your economic status – no matter who you love – we all want to succeed in a world where no one, no one is abandoned." [1
This victory was aided by sexual misconduct charges against Moore.
Several women said that Moore had a romantic and sexual relationship with them when they were teenagers in their 30s.
Moore flatly denied the allegations and scored the GOP nominee once more in a crowded field.
Jones faces a challenge for re-election, especially given that President Trump  Donald John Trump, to prevent a possible recession, Trump must work on policies that support Trump workers to speak up the withdrawal of the GOP House in Baltimore after repeatedly criticizing the city of Kennedy, the leading Mark, in a possible coincidence in the Senate: poll MOREwhich enjoys high popularity in Alabama, will also be on the ticket.
The National Senate Republican Committee (NRSC) stabbed Jones after his announcement.
"Anti-Trump De Joker Doug Jones puts the interests of his party's most liberal and socialist members before his constituents," NRSC spokesman Nathan Brand said in a statement.
"Instead of upholding the principles and priorities of Alabama families, Jones has pledged his support for the final candidates in his party running for president."