See? The bigger picture. Trump’s big picture.

Moore—a former Alabama Supreme Court justice whose dreams of going to the big dance in D.C. were dashed two years ago when black people saved the day and cast their ballots for Democrat Doug Jones—hasn’t formally announced his candidacy. He says he’ll decide in June.

But a poll among Alabama Republicans shows Moore to be the overwhelming favorite to win the nomination for the Senate seat, despite his yet putting his hat in the ring.


Moore garnered support from 27 percent of ‘Bama GOP voters in a Mason-Dixon poll released last month (pdf), nicely ahead of the next three Republicans on the list: Alabama Reps. Mo Brooks (18 percent), Bradley Byrne (13 percent) and Gary Palmer (11 percent).


And so, with that, Moore says he’ll keep his own counsel as to whether he’ll run for the Senate again, telling the AP, “Everybody knows” he can win.