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The Jon Ossoff special election will come down to this one factor

Original story at Mother Jones• 6 mentions • 6 days ago

Mother Jones 6 days ago

 
On April 18, Democrat Jon Ossoff came within a hair of winning the congressional seat for Georgia's 6th District, a strong showing in suburban Atlanta district that has long been considered safe territory for Republicans. He got the most votes as Republicans split their votes among several GOP candidates but fell short of a majority by 3,700 ballots, setting up a runoff with the second-place finisher on June 20. Running against a single Republican, Ossoff must now do what he couldn't in the first round: cobble together a majority in a historically conservative district. To accomplish that, he'll likely need ...
 
 
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18 May
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