Roy Moore (R) is looking to prove that the allegations about him regarding sexual misconduct are false. Hence, Moore completed a lie detector test upon the conclusion of the Alabama Senate election. He hopes to challenge the loss to Democrat Doug Jones.

Confirmation of the polygraph test’s completion was sent in a press release on Wednesday.

Although Moore has been campaigning in a strong Republican state, the people’s trust in him has grown dismal thanks to receiving various allegations of sexual misconduct. Numerous women have been coming forward and accusing Moore of sexually touching them when they were in their teens (Moore was in his 30s).

The former Alabama Supreme Court chief justice has been denying these allegations, and is refusing to give up in the race for the Senate. President Trump has been urging Moore to accept the results; however, Moore refuses to give in.

Just hours before state officials were to certify Jones’ victory, Moore sent a complaint stating that possible voter fraud may have been tipping the results in Jones’ favor.

If Jones wins, he will be the first Alabama Democrat to win a Senate seat in decades. Meanwhile, Democrats see Moore’s attempts as “desperate,” and foresee them to be ultimately unsuccessful.

Meanwhile, Moore has been demanding there be an investigation for “irregularities”  in the voting process. As The Hill states:

“The purpose of the complaint is to preserve evidence of potential election fraud and to postpone the certification of Alabama’s Special Election by Secretary of State John Merrill until a thorough investigation of potential election fraud, that improperly altered the outcome of this election, is conducted,” Moore’s campaign said in a statement.

“We call on Secretary of State Merrill to delay certification until there is a thorough investigation,” the statement continued, while pointing to “three independent election experts” who say there was “election fraud sufficient to overturn the outcome of the election.”

Despite his attempts, Merill told CNN on Thursday that Jones will be the winner of the election.