Aug 19, 2017
We have a complete wrap-up of this week’s U.S. Senate primary elections. We’re joined by former Chief Justice Roy Moore, who made it into a Republican runoff with Senator Luther Strange. Moore will discuss the campaign ahead. We’re also joined by former U.S. Attorney Doug Jones, who won the Democratic Senate nomination this week. He says he thinks he can win the office outright. We also report on Gov. Kay Ivey taking a possible step toward running for a full term. And we report on the state this week suing the city of Birmingham for covering up a confederate monument, in violation of the recent Memorial Preservation Act.