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Roy Moore remains in race while GOP cuts ties with him
The GOP's Senate campaign dropped its support for embattled Alabama candidate Roy Moore, adding to a list of high-profile Republicans and Republican groups that have denounced Moore over the sexual-abuse allegations that he is facing. Moore insists on staying in the race, however.
By Rick Docksai
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Jan 12, 2018

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WASHINGTON D.C. — The GOP's National Republican Senatorial Committee halted its fundraising for Alabama candidate Roy Moore over his alleged sexual abuse of one or more underage girls in the late 1970s. But Moore insists on staying in the race and said on Sean Hannity's radio show Friday that he did not even knew Corfman and that he thinks the allegations are "politically motivated."

Moore might not be able to leave the race even if he chose to, according to an Alabama official who said Friday that state law prohibits removing Moore's name from the ballot this close to an election. The election, in which voters will choose between Moore and Democrat Doug Jones, is December 12.

Nevertheless, the GOP Senate campaign's decision adds to a growing list of Republican officials and groups that have dropped the embattled former state supreme court justice. Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) had called on Moore to leave the race earlier this week so that Alabamans could get a senator that "they can be proud of."

Republican senators Steve Daines of Montana and Mike Lee of Utah also publicly withdrew their support. Mitt Romney also weighed in, tweeting Friday that "Moore is unfit for office and should step aside."

Moore is facing accusations from four women who said that he made sexual advances on them when he was in his early 30s and they were teenagers. One of the women, Leigh Corfman, said that she was 14 at the time.

The other women were between 16 and 18 when the alleged incidents happened. Alabama's age of consent wasand still is16.

None of the four women have any connections to the Democratic Party or Democratic candidates. One of them even voted for Trump in the last election.