WASHINGTON, D.C. - The six House Republicans in Alabama's Congressional Delegation today affirmed their support of Judge Roy Moore in the special election to the U.S. Senate.

U.S. Representatives Bradley Byrne (AL-1), Martha Roby, (AL-2), Mike Rogers (AL-3), Robert Aderholt (AL-4), Mo Brooks (AL-5), and Gary Palmer (AL-6) released the following joint statement:

"Alabama Congressional Republicans have a long history of working together on issues that matter to our state. We support the Republican nominee for Senate, Judge Roy Moore, and are confident his election will help us deliver conservative results.

“The House has passed bills repealing Obamacare, repealing Dodd-Frank, funding border wall construction, rebuilding the military, defunding Planned Parenthood, and we are working on pro-growth tax reform right now. At this critical time for our country, we need more conservative Republicans in the Senate, not fewer, to help us get legislation to President Trump’s desk."

Judge Moore welcomed the delegation’s support and said he looks forward to working with each member to be a strong voice for Alabama in Washington, D.C.

“President Trump and Congressional Republicans have begun rolling back the jobs-killing regulations of the Obama era, and if I am elected to the U.S. Senate, I will work closely with the President and our Congressional team to support our workers and business owners in Alabama,” Moore said. “Our state is a place of entrepreneurial innovation, and we need a pro-business Senator who supports the jobs growth-agenda of President Trump. We must protect the coal and mining jobs, while keeping our workers safe, that are so essential to west Alabama and we must eliminate burdensome regulations on our Gulf Coast fishing companies.”

“As a West Point graduate and a proud Army veteran, I understand, too, the vital role that the national defense industry plays in the Huntsville area and across the state,” Moore continued. “Alabama’s defense contractors serve our nation and employ thousands of Alabamians. I look forward to working with our House members in D.C. to promote the defense industry, and also ensure Alabama’s military bases are protected when the Department of Defense goes through its next base realignment and closure evaluation.”


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