Alabama officials released the recipients of thousands of write-in votes. Some are living. Some are dead. Some were never alive in the first place.
There were more than 22,000 write-in votes cast in the Alabama Senate race. That number exceeded the margin of Doug Jones’s victory. Republicans, unwilling to cross party lines, but unhappy with Roy S. Moore, presumably wrote in these names.
Less than 24 hours before Alabama officials were expected to certify the results of a Senate election, Roy S. Moore went to court claiming voter fraud.
In the wake of an election in Alabama with extraordinary turnout among black voters, questions remain about the role and impact of voting restrictions.
In the aftermath of Roy Moore’s defeat in Alabama, a look back at all the people and institutions Stephen K. Bannon blamed for Moore’s failures on the campaign trail.
Roy S. Moore’s loss in Alabama has stirred up fresh worry that Republicans are again descending again into Tea Party-type spasms of self-defeating rage.