The Guardian has learned that the former leader of the United Kingdom Independence Party (Ukip) will join former White House advisor Steve Bannon and Duck Dynasty TV star Phil Robertson at an election eve rally.
Moore, a fiery opponent of gay marriage who condemned "sodomy" in prepared remarks in a televised debate, is in a tight race against appointed incumbent Luther Strange, for the Republican nomination for a Senate seat formerly held by Jeff Sessions, Donald Trump's attorney general.
Farage is a longtime Trump ally. He appeared with Trump in an August 2016 rally in Jackson, Mississippi and appeared in the spin room in St Louis after the second presidential debate in October, touting Trump's performance. On the campaign trail, Farage regularly compared Trump's capture of the White House to the successful effort to push the UK out of the European Union. In return, Trump has urged prime minister Theresa May to make Farage ambassador to the US.