2020 election

Roy Moore

Roy Moore, candidate for the Republican nomination in the 2020 U.S. Senate race.

U.S. Senate

Roy Moore

Age: 72.

Residence: Gallant.

Political/professional experience: Company commander, U.S. Army, 1969-1974; assistant district attorney, Etowah County, 1977-1982; unsuccessful candidate for Etowah County circuit court, 1982; unsuccessful candidate for Etowah County district attorney, 1986; private law practice, 1982-1992; circuit judge, Etowah County, 1992-2000; chief justice of Alabama, 2000-2003; Foundation for Moral Law, president, 2003-2012; chief justice of Alabama, 2012-2017; unsuccessful candidate for governor, 2006 and 2010; unsuccessful candidate for U.S. Senate, 2017.

Education: U.S. Military Academy; University of Alabama School of Law.

Main issues: Addressing the nation’s moral problems; acknowledging God to solve the issues of violence, divisions in society and politics and loss of religious liberty; strengthening national security and ensuring the military has adequate equipment; taking care of veterans; ending abortion; returning power from the federal government to the states; limiting the power of federal judges to what is prescribed by the Constitution.

Campaign website: Roymoore.org