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Republican U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore arrived on horseback to vote in Tuesday's Alabama special Senate election.

Moore, who faces Democrat Doug Jones for the seat vacated by Attorney General Jeff Sessions, arrived with his wife, Kayla, at their polling location in Gallant, Alabama, at approximately 10:40am local time.

The Hill reported that the couple typically ride horses to every election in which Moore is a candidate, including the first round of the GOP primary in August and the run-off against Luther Strange in September.

Moore leads Jones in most recent polls, despite a series of allegations that he sought sexual relationships with teenage girls. Multiple women have come forward with allegations about Moore's inappropriate sexual conduct, including one who said she was just 14 years old at the time.

Moore has denied the allegations, but many Republican lawmakers have called on him to step aside.

President Trump has thrown his support behind Moore, and several GOP lawmakers have said it is up to the people of Alabama to decide.

The polls close Tuesday at 8pm ET/7pm CT.

Watch Moore's arrival above, and stay with Fox News Channel for coverage of the critical Senate race.


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