MONTGOMERY, Ala. (Reuters) – Polls closed on Tuesday in a bitter U.S. Senate race in Alabama with high stakes for President Donald Trump, who has endorsed fellow Republican Roy Moore despite allegations against the candidate of sexual misconduct toward teenagers.

Moore, 70, a former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice, is battling former U.S. Attorney Doug Jones, 63, who hopes to pull off an upset victory in the deeply conservative Southern state.

There were only scattered early returns, and television networks said it was too soon to call

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