Former White House advisor Steve Bannon is heading to Alabama to campaign for former State Chief Justice Roy Moore ahead of Tuesday’s GOP runoff election. Bannon will speak Monday at a Moore which will also feature “Duck Dynasty” personality Phil Robertson. Moore is facing current U.S. Senator Luther Strange who held a rally on Friday headlined by President Trump. Both candidates are embroiled in controversies ahead of Tuesday’s vote. Alabama Public Radio broke the news on NPR that the mom-partisan Campaign Legal Center filed a formal complaint that Moore’s charity, The Foundation for Moral Law, broke IRS campaign laws by promoting his campaign. Luther Strange’s campaign finance chair is reportedly connected to a bribery scheme involving for a former member of the Alabama State House. The winner of Tuesday’s vote will face Democrat Doug Jones, a former U.S. Attorney who convicted two members of the Ku Klux Klan involved in the 1963 16th Street Baptist Church bombing in Birmingham.