• A former top aide to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly plans to launch a write-in campaign for Alabama’s Senate seat.
  • Lee Busby, a 60-year-old retired Marine colonel from Tuscaloosa, said that he saw a route for a centrist candidate.
  • Busby believes both Doug Jones and Roy Moore are not qualified for the office.

With a little over two weeks before Alabamans vote for a new senator, a former top aide to White House Chief of Staff John Kelly plans to launch a write-in campaign for the seat.

Lee Busby, a 60-year-old retired Marine colonel from Tuscaloosa, told The Washington Post that he saw a route for a centrist candidate to win the seat being contested by Democratic candidate Doug Jones and Republican candidate Roy Moore — the latter of whom has been accused of extensive sexual misconduct.

 

Read the whole story from Business Insider.

Featured image courtesy of AP and Lee Busby

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