BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) - Is the U.S. Senate race between Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones the oddest campaign ever in Alabama? Hardly.
In a race polls showed was too close to call before Election Day, Moore has had to deny decades-old allegations of sexual misconduct with teenage girls. But that makes the race only the latest in a string of astonishing campaigns in the state.
Alabama, after all, is a place where older voters still remember a political assassination and a giant who seemed to be drunk on live TV. Here's a look at some of the state's most notable elections:
ATTORNEY GENERAL, 1954
Phenix City, Alabama, once known as "Sin City of the South," was the setting for what may be the most infamous episode in state politics.