"If you don't believe in my character, don't vote for me," Roy Moore said at a campaign rally on the eve of Tuesday's Senate election in Alabama, once again lashing out at the women who've accused him of sexual misconduct. BuzzFeed describes the rally as an "airing of grievances," in which Moore also slammed the media, the GOP establishment, and Democratic rival Doug Jones. His wife, Kayla Moore, also spoke, rejecting suggestions that she and her husband are racist and anti-Semitic. "Fake news will tell you that we don't care for Jews," she said. "One of our attorneys is a Jew. We have very close friends that are Jewish." In other developments:
- 'A special place in hell.' Other conservative speakers at the Moore rally included Steve Bannon, who laid into Mitch McConnell, Condoleezza Rice, and other Republicans who failed to support Moore, the Independent reports. "There's a special place in hell for Republicans who should know better," he said.