TUSCALOOSA, AL (WBRC) - Doug Jones stopped by in Tuscaloosa County Tuesday, taking limited questions from reporters but addressing some issues many Alabamians care about.
He didn't talk about the pro-choice and pro-life debate or his thoughts on write-in candidates.
However, he did mention healthcare and cracking down on crime.
Crime is something President Trump has said Doug Jones is soft on.
"Not basing something on a quick short or tweet or soundbite. Look at my record I'm very proud of the record I've had as a prosecutor," said Doug Jones, U.S. Senate Democratic Nominee.
The Democratic nominee is known for prosecuting Ku Klux Klan members who killed four girls in the 16th Street Baptist Church bombing but how does he plan to crack down on crime now, if elected.
"It's a community effort, it's not just a DA or prosecutor or law enforcement," said Jones.
"We've had the wind at our backs even before all the allegations that have surfaced recently," said Jones.