Crystal Schilleci, 32, of Altoona, Ala., stands behind a grocery store counter in Mountain Top, Ala., on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Schilleci says, she thinks Roy Moore is a "wonderful person, he's been an outstanding member of our community for years, and always doing good thing for us, but I think when an allegation like that is made, I think it should be taken seriously no matter how old you are or how long it has been," says Schilleci. She says she didn't vote in the last election but will vote in December for Roy Moore unless the allegations are true.
Crystal Schilleci, 32, of Altoona, Ala., stands behind a grocery store counter in Mountain Top, Ala., on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Schilleci says, she thinks Roy Moore is a "wonderful person, he's been an outstanding member of our community for years, and always doing good thing for us, but I think when an allegation like that is made, I think it should be taken seriously no matter how old you are or how long it has been," says Schilleci. She says she didn't vote in the last election but will vote in December for Roy Moore unless the allegations are true. Brynn Anderson AP Photo
Crystal Schilleci, 32, of Altoona, Ala., stands behind a grocery store counter in Mountain Top, Ala., on Friday, Nov. 10, 2017. Schilleci says, she thinks Roy Moore is a "wonderful person, he's been an outstanding member of our community for years, and always doing good thing for us, but I think when an allegation like that is made, I think it should be taken seriously no matter how old you are or how long it has been," says Schilleci. She says she didn't vote in the last election but will vote in December for Roy Moore unless the allegations are true. Brynn Anderson AP Photo

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