Discussion in 'Election Forums' started by WillHaftawaite, Jun 20, 2017.
Did Coyote move your thread here?
Ossoff continues a narrow lead:
Handel (R) 60,182 49.5%
Ossoff (D) 61,375 50.5%
Karen Handel Republican 63,768 50.2%
Jon Ossoff Democrat 63,302 49.8%
If this is true, Democrats will control the House after the next general election.
Karen Handel Republican 70,510 50.9%
Jon Ossoff Democrat 68,147 49.1
She's pulling away......
Karen Handel Republican 84,462 51.6%
Jon Ossoff Democrat 79,281 48.4
Handel (R) 84,462 51.6%
Ossoff (D) 79,281 48.4%
I'll wait til they burn the midnight oil...
That was a big jump from 24% to 39% of the reported vote tally.
39% of the votes counted in less than 2 hours. Shouldn't be too long of a night.
Got us a horse race.
All the special elections thus far have been in blue districts where the Dems have closed the gap but haven't been able to get across the line.
GA 6 is the type of district the Dems have to win next year if they want to take back the House.
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