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            Tommy Tuberville: ‘I do believe God sent us, and elected, Donald Trump’

            Tommy Tuberville get out the vote rally

            Tommy Tuberville poses with attendees at a get out the vote rally in Gardendale, Alabama, on Nov. 1.

            Tommy Tuberville, the GOP candidate for the Alabama U.S. Senate seat currently held by Democrat Doug Jones, spoke for about 15 minutes Sunday at a “Get Out the Vote” event hosted by the Jefferson County Republican Party in Gardendale. The former Auburn football coach seemed at ease, and said this was his last campaign event before Tuesday’s election.

            “It’s been a long run for me,” Tuberville said in front of a crowd of around 100 people outside the Gardendale Civic Center. “Tomorrow I’m probably going to go get a hair cut, and I might even go hit a few golf balls."

            Attendees were encouraged to get out and vote on Tuesday, to show up early, and to vote a straight Republican ticket. Masks and social distancing were required at Sunday’s event, though not enforced - and Tuberville didn’t wear a mask while posing for photos and bumping fists with supporters. A handful of GOP officials attended the event, including State Rep. Jim Carns, who spoke to the crowd before Tuberville took the stage, and Jefferson County Republican Party Chairman Paul DeMarco.

            “I haven’t seen a candidate with this much enthusiasm in a long time,” DeMarco said while introducing Tuberville.

            Much of the event was focused on President Donald Trump, whose name brought big cheers from the crowd nearly every time it was mentioned.

            “When [Trump] got elected, I swear I didn’t sleep for a week," Tuberville said. "Because I’m saying, ‘my God we’ve got a chance to save this country.’ Because this guy can do it.”

            “I’ve seen a lot of people work hard in their life. Dedicated to what they believe in," he said. “But this guy, he’s relentless. And that’s who we want representing us as the president of the United States... The guy loves to work, he loves to get things done. He’s a businessman. He ain’t a politician.

            “I do believe God sent us, and elected, Donald Trump,” Tuberville said.

            Tuberville also talked about law enforcement, saying he was disappointed in how police have been treated in the country.

            “Defund them? Are you kidding me?” he said. “That’s the reason President Trump is going to win again, because I can’t imagine anyone voting to defund the police in this country. You’re in the wrong country if you do that.”

            Tuberville said his senate campaign hasn’t been an easy road.

            “It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done,” he said. “I know how to win... It all comes down to putting everything you’ve got into it, and I’ve done that.”

            He said this election is about making a decision on what direction the country is going to head in, and said it’s about the American dream. He said he had a dream to become a football coach, and living in the United States allowed him to do that.

            “If you were born in this country, you hit the lottery,” he said - a line he’s repeated a number of times on the campaign trail.

            “I’ve been in a lot of big games. I’ve coached in 10 Iron Bowls, 20-something bowl games. I’ve coached in championship games, national championship games. I have not been nervous like this in a long, long time. And it ain’t because of my race. It’s because of all the races across the country and about President Trump.”

            “This is it,” he said. “There’s not a whole lot we can do, other than go out and vote.”

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