GOP Senate hopeful Roy Moore arrived in style at his local polling station on Tuesday, showing up on horseback to vote for himself in his hotly-contested special election against Democrat Doug Jones.
Video of Moore’s arrival surfaced on social media Tuesday, showing the Alabama judge and his wife riding into Gallant, Alabama to cast their crucial vote.
WATCH: Alabama Senate candidate Roy Moore arrives to vote on horseback.
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This isn’t the first time Moore rode his horse –reportedly named ‘Sassy’- to his polling station.
The judge also rode horseback to cast his vote during his GOP primary challenge against sitting Alabama Senator Luther Strange.
The embattled nominee is facing a tough challenge from Democrat Doug Jones after weeks of accusations of sexual misconduct have plagued Moore’s campaign. Last month, the GOP hopeful was accused of pursuing inappropriate sexual relationships with multiple women when they were teenagers nearly 40 years ago.