People online are issuing heartfelt pleas for Alabamians to reject GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore in Tuesday’s special election.
The “Dear Alabama” term began trending on Twitter late Monday as celebrities and activists joined thousands of others in making the case for why the President Donald Trump-endorsed former state judge, who faces multiple allegations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls, should not be elected to office.
Check out a sampling of the posts below:
Dear Alabama, less is Moore.
— Aparna Nancherla (@aparnapkin) December 12, 2017
Dear People of Alabama,
If equality, diversity, decency, and the worth of sexual assault victims matter to you—get out and vote for @GDouglasJones.
Don't wait for the good people to vote. You need to be the good people.#DougJonesForSenate
— John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) December 7, 2017
Dear Alabama, on the eve of what will undoubtedly go down as a truly historic day in our nation's history one way or the other -- please, follow your hearts. You can speak for so many by affecting change. It's not red or blue. It's right and wrong. Good luck.
— Ja🐘es R🍮day (@JamesRoday) December 12, 2017
Dear Alabama, please VOTE like the integrity of our government is at stake—because it is. pic.twitter.com/mUo4f0lGTb
— Seth Abramson (@SethAbramson) December 12, 2017
— Dustin Lance Black (@DLanceBlack) December 12, 2017
Dear Alabama: Just fucking don't.
— billy eichner (@billyeichner) December 12, 2017
— John Pavlovitz (@johnpavlovitz) December 11, 2017
You don't have to vote for Doug Jones. But for the love of all that is decent, that doesn't mean you have to vote for Roy Moore.
— David Atkins (@DavidOAtkins) December 12, 2017
Dear friends and loved ones in Alabama, please do the right thing when you go to the polls tomorrow. Roy Moore perfectly & luridly encapsulates so much of the most shameful parts of our state's history. Voices like his belong in Alabama's distant past, not its future.
— Jason Aaron (@jasonaaron) December 11, 2017
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