Jon Ossoff, the failed Democratic congressional candidate from Georgia, will participate in a panel discussion on how Democrats can succeed in the 2018 midterm elections. Perhaps Democratic candidates who actually managed to win their...Show More Summary
Would you like some Thursday humor? Epic political failure, Jon Ossoff, will lead a panel organized by Netroots Nation on... The post Failed ‘Trump Slayer’ Jon Ossoff Leading Panel on How Democrats Can Beat GOP in 2018 Midterms appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Jon Ossoff – the candidate who embraced LGBT people and pledged to be their staunch defender – received a warm welcome and was mobbed by supporters during an event that celebrated the best in gay Atlanta.
After spending a truly obscene amount of money on the Georgia special election last month, money that was proven to be completely wasted after Jon Ossoff was destroyed by Karen Handel, the DNC's balance sheet is looking a little deflated. Show More Summary
Remember Jon Ossoff in Georgia? Remember how he got trounced because the Republicans in essence tied him to Nancy Pelosi? Well, Cher sure does and she’s none too happy about
This voter analysis of GA-6 is depressing because it points out, once again, that the biggest problem Democrats face is that we don’t vote. Democrat Jon Ossoff had a turnout problem on and before June 20. Republican Karen Handel didn’t. Some examples: — The Pleasantdale Road precinct at the Gwinnett border is the only majority-black […]
(AP Photo/David Goldman) A worker updates a countdown calendar on May 11, 2017, in the Sandy Springs campaign office of Jon Ossoff, who ran for Congress in Georgia's Sixth Congressional District. D emocrats have one big chance for a comeback, in 2018. Show More Summary
Opaque machinery raises questions about the vote count. The results from Georgia’s sixth district congressional race are odd. Jon Ossoff, the Democratic newcomer who ran against Republican former Secretary of State Karen Handel, won the absentee vote 64% to 36%. Show More Summary
Should Nancy Pelosi step down as House Democratic leader? Some congressional Democrats and political pundits have been calling for that since Jon Ossoff’s narrow defeat in the Georgia special election, coming after several bad electoral cycles for House Democrats. Some claim that congressional leaders typically step aside when their party does poorly in national elections. […]
He had no campaign website or online presence, and as far as anyone could tell, he never even existed.
A 19 year-old medical student and grassroots organizer's account of Jon Ossoff's campaign stop at an Islamic community center exemplifies why Democrats lose. The post When Democrats Use Muslims As Election Props—And Lose appeared first on Shadowproof.
Following Democrat Jon Ossoff’s defeat in Georgia’s 6th congressional district special election, Nancy Pelosi was forced to defend her position as House Minority Leader and the party’s leader in Congress last week. Pelosi’s commentsShow More Summary
PSYCHOLOGY NOT POLITICS Source: AJC - Former Dekalb County Commissioner Indicted For TheftAfter 6 Months Of Protests By The NAACP And 'Gwinnett County Democrats" Gwinnett Commissioner Tommy Hunter Receives A Formal Verbal Reprimand From The Gwinnett County Commission"
But rather than offer some real advice or indicate that any lessons were actually learned, Ossoff seemed to just do more of what he's been doing all week - complain and blame others.
On this week’s episode, Democrats in swing districts try to learn the lessons of Jon Ossoff's loss in Georgia's 6th congressional race as Nancy Pelosi's leadership comes under fire. Meanwhile, … Click to Continue »
How discouraged should Democrats be after failing to win any of the four recent House special elections to fill vacancies? The losses, most recently of Jon Ossoff, in Georgia’s 6 th district, triggered a blame game, directed againstShow More Summary
LOSING AGAIN, FOR THE SAME REASON. Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia shows that the Democrats have failed to broaden their appeal, Henry Olsen of the Ethics and Public Policy Center writes at City Journal: Ossoff’s loss ultimately stemmed from his failure at the third task: persuading independents and never-Trumpers that he was the better choice. […]
After the spectacular loss of Jon Ossoff in Georgia, Democrats are in panic mode, bringing out everything they’ve got to stem the losses they’ve been facing since 2014. Their “nuclear
Hosts Rania Khalek and Kevin Gosztola highlight some pretty awful and horrible stories on this week’s show but not before talking about the Democratic Party’s latest epic fail with Jon Ossoff’s loss in Georgia. After discussing whatShow More Summary
Jon Ossoff and Rob Quist’s defeats only felt so big because their campaigns had been over-valued and over-imbued with meaning.