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Democrat leads in race for Georgia U.S. House seat long held by Republicans

By Andy Sullivan DUNWOODY, Ga. (Reuters) - A novice Democratic candidate weathered attacks from President Donald Trump and finished well ahead of his Republican rivals in a much-watched Georgia congressional race on Tuesday, but appeared to fall short of the majority he needed to win outright. Democrat Jon Ossoff ended up as the top vote getter in a crowded field of 18 candidates vying to fill a vacant seat in the House of Representatives.
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