Former Alabama state judge Roy Moore arrived at his polling station, the Gallant Fire Department, just after 11:30 a.m. eastern time Tuesday.
He showed up on horseback, riding his horse named “Sassy.”
AL.com called Moore arriving to his polling station on horseback a “family tradition.” Moore’s wife Kayla, also rode in on horseback.
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“I think it’s a good thing to do, I won the last time I rode a horse, I think maybe have good favor,” Moore told CNN during his Republican primary runoff against Sen. Luther Strange.
Moore is facing multiple allegations of sexual misconduct, including an accusation made by a woman who says Moore initiated a sexual encounter when she was 14 and he was 32. Moore has repeatedly denied all of the allegations made against him.
President Donald Trump endorsed Moore last week, and again on election day in a tweet.
Moore faces Democratic challenger Doug Jones Tuesday in the special election.