When it comes to Alabama GOP Senate candidate Roy Moore, Iowa Senator Chuck Grassley says he's sticking by what he said on Van and Bonnie on WHO Radio last week.

Speaking to reporters this morning, Grassley said he was sticking by comments he made last week saying that the charges of sexual impropriety against Moore were "serious". But Grassley also says "the voters will have to decide" because "it's too late to take his name off the ballot."

Grassley's comments come a day after another woman charged that in 1977 when Roy Moore was an assistant district attorney, he tried to have sexual relations with her when she was 16.  She is the fifth woman to come forward with allegations of sexual impropriety in the late 70's by Moore.