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In Alabama, it doesn’t pay to be associated with the Democratic Party. The state, which Donald Trump won by 28 points in 2016, is one of the most conservative in the nation. Even Democrats try to pretend they’re not Democrats in order to have a shot at office. Senate candidate Doug Jones is no exception.
A report on Politico shows he’s getting plenty of support from the Democrat-friendly donors he pretends to dislike. Highway 31 has spent $4.1 million to support Jones over Roy Moore in Tuesday’s election. The group, which was formed in November, is heavily funded by two of the Democrats’ biggest super PACs: the Senate Majority PAC and Priorities USA Action. This goes contrary to many of Jones’ own claims.
Super PACs aren’t directly affiliated with the candidates they support, so it’s possible he wasn’t aware. However, with that kind of expenditure, the chances of him not knowing about them or where the money was coming from are essentially zero.
He’d like Alabamans to think he’s not a real Democrat when he employs strategies and holds ideologies straight from their playbook.
Here’s the Politico article:
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — A mystery super PAC backing Democrat Doug Jones in Alabama is controlled by a pair of groups closely aligned with the national Democratic Party, even as the candidate strives to dissociate himself from Washington interests.
Highway 31, which has dropped more than $4.1 million in support of Jones and against Roy Moore ahead of Tuesday’s Senate special election, is a joint project of two of the largest national Democratic super PACs — Senate Majority PAC and Priorities USA Action — along with a group of Alabama Democrats, multiple senior officials familiar with the arrangement told POLITICO.
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