Congressman Mo Brooks endorses Roy Moore at Huntsville rally

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - Former U.S. Senate candidate Congressman Mo Brooks, endorsed his former opponent, Roy Moore, at a rally in Huntsville on Saturday morning.

Brooks showed the crowd his absentee ballot with a vote for Roy Moore. Brooks lost to Moore and Luther Strange in the Republican primary back in August.

Moore said he never imagined the race for Jeff Sessions' seat would garner so much attention outside of the state.

"I never thought that this would be watched nationally. I knew it was a special election. I know it preceded the 2018 senatorial election. I did not know the president would become involved, the vice president, the various groups that would become involved," said Moore.

Earlier this week a new political action committee announced it was also supporting Moore.

Recent polling indicates Moore is barely leading over opponent Luther Strange in the race for the open Senate seat.

About a hundred people attended Moore's "Faith and Family" rally that was held at the Von Braun Center.

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