In this Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, file photo, democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Doug Jones and his wife Louise wave to supporters before speaking during an election-night watch party in Birmingham, Ala.. The race for a U.S. Senate seat turned upside down when Republican candidate Roy Moore was confronted with allegations of sexual misconduct involving teenage girls decades ago when he was in the 30s. Moore had been considered the frontrunner but ultimately lost to Democrat Jones.
In this Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, file photo, democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Doug Jones and his wife Louise wave to supporters before speaking during an election-night watch party in Birmingham, Ala.. The race for a U.S. Senate seat turned upside down when Republican candidate Roy Moore was confronted with allegations of sexual misconduct involving teenage girls decades ago when he was in the 30s. Moore had been considered the frontrunner but ultimately lost to Democrat Jones. John Bazemore AP
In this Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2017, file photo, democratic candidate for U.S. Senate Doug Jones and his wife Louise wave to supporters before speaking during an election-night watch party in Birmingham, Ala.. The race for a U.S. Senate seat turned upside down when Republican candidate Roy Moore was confronted with allegations of sexual misconduct involving teenage girls decades ago when he was in the 30s. Moore had been considered the frontrunner but ultimately lost to Democrat Jones. John Bazemore AP

White voters are moving to the South – and making it more Democratic

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