>> We are on the home stretch, folks. We are here because this race is not about me, it is not about Roy Moore, it is about you.>> Alabama is just one day away from the special election for a Senate seat that has seized national attention.>> I think they're afraid that I'm gonna take Alabama values to Washington.
>> Will allegations of sexual misconduct ultimately undermine republican Roy Moore? Or will Alabama's conservative tile allow him to defeat democrat Doug Jones? I'm Zach Goldman for Reuter's here in Birmingham and on Sunday, I watched democrat Doug Jones host a get out the vote event here at his campaign headquarters.
He's campaigned nonstop all weekend, by one newspaper count he's done more than 200 campaign events in the last two months.>> This campaign ladies and gentlemen is on the right side of history.>>
>> For the State of Alabama>> In contrast, Roy Moore has been virtually MIA.
He's at a campaign rally Monday night, his first public event in almost a week. The Moore campaign has also refused to debate the Democrat, declining six possible dates suggested by a local TV station. That's something the Doug Jones campaign has seized on in the final days of this race.
>> Roy Moore will not even answer the question. Well, hell, he doesn't even answer any questions anymore.>>
I can't wait.>> But it may be a tactical move, Moore may feel he's sitting pretty now that he's got a televised endorsement from the President.>> So get out and vote for Roy Moore.
>> And the backing of most state republican officials.>> Moore may think he has this whole thing stitched up. Recent polls give him anywhere from a three to a seven point lead over Jones. But a race this tight in deep red Alabama, suggests that there are plenty of republicans who aren't happy with either option, and that means democrats may have an opening.