Barry Moore reaches Washington, D.C.; voices concern over election integrity


ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WDHN) — AL-2 Congressman-elect Barry Moore has reached the nation’s capital to meet with members of Congress and other supporters of President Donald Trump. 

“I am already in DC with the Freedom Caucus fighting for America, for President Trump and for all of you in District 2,” Moore said. “I will not be sworn into office until January but my District, my State, and my country need me now.”

In a press release, Moore expressed concern regarding the verification and counting of the presidential ballots.

“We demand that votes received after legal deadlines have passed be thrown out, and that questionable ballots be set aside for later verification prior to counting if they could affect the outcome in each state,” Moore said.

Moore will assume U.S. Representative Martha Roby’s seat after she retires at the end of this term. He will be sworn in with the new Congress in early January.

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