(AL.com) — U.S. Senate candidate Roy Moore is bringing in the big guns to campaign for him Thursday in Montgomery, with former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and ex-Trump adviser Sebastian Gorka set to stump for him at the Montgomery Train Depot.
Moore's campaign made the announcement Tuesday. Palin and Gorka, who previously endorsed Moore in the Republican runoff with incumbent Sen. Luther Strange, are coming to Alabama via the pro-Trump issue advocacy group Great American Alliance.
The rally being held by Palin and Gorka kicks off at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the train depot -- coinciding with the start of the Lincoln-Douglas style debate between Moore and Strange at the RSA Activity Center in Montgomery. The debate will be streamed at the train depot, after which Palin and Gorka will address the crowd.
Moore is also being supported by former Trump senior adviser Steve Bannon, while the president himself endorsed Strange and is making an appearance with the sitting senator at a rally Friday night in Huntsville.