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Fox News political analyst Gianno Caldwell said that if Judge Roy Moore wins in Alabama Tuesday night, it will be an "upset for the ages."

Moore (R) faces Doug Jones (D) in a race that Caldwell said has been highlighted by millions of dollars in negative advertising against Moore.

Caldwell said Hollywood personalities have also dumped out-of-state money into the coffers of Jones, in the wake of sexual misconduct allegations against Moore.

Caldwell also responded to the possibility that the vote is characterized by a high Caucasian turnout for Moore and a high African-American turnout for Jones.

He said that minority turnout in favor of Jones may be elevated compared to the 2016 presidential election, but not as high as if former President Obama were on the ticket.

He reiterated that the race will likely come down to whether Jones or Moore can get enough of their base out to vote in the reliably red state.

The last Democrat to serve Alabama in the U.S. Senate was Sen. Howell Heflin, who retired in 1997.

Alabama's other senator, Richard Shelby (R), was initially elected as a Democrat in 1986, but joined the GOP a day after the 1994 Republican Revolution.

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