Doug Jones, the Democrat running in the Alabama Senate special election, released a new ad Tuesday showing off his support among Republican voters as women continue to accuse Judge Roy Moore of sexual improprieties.

The TV ad, which is running statewide, features a number of Republican voters in the state saying that they can't vote for Moore for a number of reasons, including the accusations that have emerged since the initial allegations surfaced last Thursday

"I'm a lifelong Republican, but I just can't do it," says one man to start the ad.

"I can't do it. I can't vote for Roy Moore," said a woman immediately after.

One woman in the ad makes particular reference to the allegations against the two-time chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, saying, "You read the story and it just shakes you." Others features call him "awful" and say that can't trust him.

"I'm a Republican, but Roy Moore? No way," another man says.

On Monday, Republican calls for Moore to step aside continued to escalate when Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell came out against him. Sen. Cory Gardner, R-Colo., chairman of the National Republican Senatorial Committee, called for Moore to be expelled from the Senate if he wins the special election in December.

According to the latest RealClearPolitics average, Moore leads by 2 points over Jones.