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Kayla Moore is no stranger to fighting for our right to publicly acknowledge God. As the wife of Judge Roy Moore, Kayla was front and center during the Judge’s battles with the ACLU and all those who seek to hide America’s history as a Christian nation. Kayla has been on the front lines of the fight to protect our rights and is a strong advocate of the belief that the laws of man do not give us our rights, they simply protect our rights which are given to us by God.
In January 2013, Kayla answered the call to continue standing up for religious freedom when she was named President of the Foundation for Moral Law, taking over for her husband who was re-elected as Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court. Prior to her taking office as President, Kayla served on the Foundation’s Board of Directors.
Kayla is a graduate of Southside High school in Etowah County, Alabama. During school, she worked as the bookkepper for the Parker Music Company in Gadsden. After graduation, she attended both Jacksonville State University and the University of Alabama. She continued showing her strong work ethic while enrolled in college as she served as the bookkepper for a number of her father’s successful small businesses.
After marrying Roy S. Moore in 1985, she served as his legal secretary in his private legal practice. Throughout Judge Moore’s political career, Kayla served in various capacities and played key roles in his campaigns for District Attorney, Circuit Judge, Chief Justice and Governor. Kayla has also owned her own successful small business, KDM Marketing Company.
In addition to her strong legal and political background, Kayla has previously been named Miss Alabama US Teen 2nd Runner up. She was also a finalist for Miss Alabama USA and Miss Alabama World.
Kayla is married to Roy S. Moore, the current Chief Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court and the Founder and President Emeritus of the Foundation for Moral Law. They have four children and three grand daughters. The Moores attend First Baptist Church in Gallant, Alabama.