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>> Will we make their abuser a US Senator?>> With Republicans swinging back behind Roy Moore in Alabama's Senate race, Democratic rival Doug Jones is cranking up his attacks over the sexual misconduct allegations that Moore flatly denies.>> I damn sure believe that I have done my part to ensure that men who hurt little girls should go to jail and not the United States Senate.
>> Reporter John Whiteside says with time running short, Jones has little choice.>> Jones, right after these allegations broke, really sort of was hands off about it. But down the stretch of the race as the polls have tightened, he's decided he needs to remind voters of Moore's record and these allegations, and let voters know they have a important choice.
>> This race has been a very unusual race.>> Moore has rejected the accusations, unconfirmed by Reuters, that he pursued teenage girls while working as a district attorney in his early thirties. After an initial outcry among Republicans, the pendulum has now swung. Moore picked up an endorsement from President Trump, and on Tuesday night, it was former White House strategist Steve Bannon.
>> They wanna take your voice away.>> Jones isn't just hammering more on the sexual misconduct allegations. He is also bringing up Moore's controversial tenure on the state's Supreme Court, where he was removed twice for refusing to comply with federal law. But it may not be enough in this solidly Republican state.
>> It's very similar to the arc we saw with Donald Trump in 2016, after the Access Hollywood tape. He seemed to be on the ropes. People were calling for him to step aside.>> I said it, I was wrong, and I apologize.>> A few weeks later, think the race had changed and he eventually won.
>> Alabama voters head to the polls on December 12th.