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Doug Jones delivered a victory speech Tuesday night after he was declared the winner over Republican Roy Moore in Alabama's special U.S. Senate election.

"I have said throughout this campaign that I thought that December 12 was going to be a historic day," he said.

He said that his projected win was a great event to coincide with his 25th wedding anniversary.

Jones challenged his future colleagues in Washington to "[not] wait on me."

He said Congress should press ahead with the agenda he supports.

"Alabama has been at a crossroads," he said. "Tonight you took the right fork."

Moore spoke later in the night and declared that he would not concede until all of the ballots are counted and a possible recount is conducted.

"We also know that God is always in control," he said, noting that state law mandates a recount if the candidates are within a half-percentage point. 

With all precincts reporting, Jones received 49.9 percent of votes to Moore's 48.4 percent.

Earlier in the day, Moore arrived to vote in Gallant, Alabama, on horseback.

In the past month, the former judge faced allegations from several women who claimed that he pursued sexual relationships with them when they were teenagers. Moore resisted calls from many Republicans, including Mitch McConnell, to step aside and repeatedly denied the allegations.

Watch his remarks below.

President Trump, who did not endorse Moore in the September GOP runoff, weighed in on Twitter after then urging Alabamians to support Moore in recent weeks.

More than 22,000 people wrote in another candidate after some Republican leaders urged people to do so rather than vote for Moore. Jones was victorious by more than 20,000 votes.

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