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Polls Close in Georgia

Live election results from Georgia's Sixth Congressional district. Democrats hope Jon Ossoff will win them the House seat vacated by Tom Price, the new health and human services secretary. If no candidate wins a majority of the vote, the top two will advance to a June 20 runoff.
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US Politics / Liberal : BlueNC

DEMOCRAT JON OSSOFF LOOKING STRONG IN SPECIAL CONGRESSIONAL ELECTION: Voters in a suburban Atlanta congressional district will decide Tuesday whether Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff will win outright a special election for a seat in...

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US Politics / Conservative : Power Line

(Paul Mirengoff) Scott writes below about today’s special election to replace HHS Secretary Tom Price in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District. He observes, “If [Jon] Ossoff were to win today, Democrats and their media adjunct won’...

Trump Attacks GA Democrat Jon Ossoff as GOP Faces Threat in Special Election Today: WATCH

LGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Democrat Jon Ossoff has an excellent chance today to win the special election to fill Health & Human Services Secretary Tom Price’s seat in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, and this morning he received the best endorsement of a...

Jon Ossoff is on the ballot TODAY. Help him get out the vote

US Politics / Liberal : Daily Kos

Today’s the day. Eighteen candidates are on the ballot in the race to replace now-Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price in the House and represent Georgia’s 6th Congressional District. Democrat Jon Ossoff leads, according to...

Jon Ossoff Can’t Vote For Himself — And it Got Awkward on New Day

News : Mediaite

All eyes are on Georgia's sixth Congressional District Tuesday, where Jon Ossoff is attempting to reach the necessary 50 percent threshold to earn the seat vacated by the new Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price.

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