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Former Sheriff David Clarke encourages voters to "turn out" for Roy Moore during final rally

ALABAMA (CBS 58) -- Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday in Alabama to pick a new senator. Republican Roy Moore, a Christian Conservative, was the heavy favorite until at least nine women accused him of sexual misconduct.

In the final push, the former Milwaukee Sheriff encouraged people to get out and vote.

"Turnout, turnout, turnout. If you turn out the way you did for Donald Trump in November, Roy Moore will win this thing," said Former Milwaukee County Sheriff David Clarke.

Clarke was joined by Steve Bannon and others supporting Moore.

Moore has denied all of the allegations against him.

Over the weekend, former President Barack Obama recorded a message for Democratic candidate Doug Jones.

Stay with CBS 58 News on Tuesday for the election results. 

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