Unlike Ossoff, who endured relentless attacks for living outside the district, McBath could point to an ongoing, deep presence in the community. In Cobb County, she helped create the Champion in the Making Legacy Foundation, which helps fund higher education for local high school graduates. … [Read more...] about How Lucy McBath Won The Same Georgia District That Jon Ossoff Lost
Perdue’s isn’t the only Georgia Senate seat that Ossoff could have run for. A special election to fill the remaining two years of Sen. Johnny Isakson’s (R) term will also be on the November 2020 ballot, after Isakson announced his retirement late last month due to health issues. … [Read more...] about Democrat Jon Ossoff Running for Georgia Senate Seat
I was 29 years old when Donald Trump was elected president. And like millions of people across the country, instead of sitting down in despair, I stood up. I ran for Congress in a district where the last Democrat had lost by 23 points. … [Read more...] about Can Jon Ossoff Help Turn Georgia Blue?
“Stations that air political ads have an obligation to ensure that viewers have relevant information about who is attempting to influence their vote. The FCC must take action to protect the public’s right to basic information about the political ads that flooded Georgia’s airwaves during this year’s special elections.” … [Read more...] about Illegal Campaign Finance Shenanigans Alleged During Handel-Ossoff Race in Georgia
The lawsuit by the Colorado-based Coalition for Good Governance and six Georgia voters was filed Monday in Fulton County Superior Court. It seeks to overturn the results of the June 20 runoff election between Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District. Handel was declared the winner. … [Read more...] about Lawsuit Seeks to Void Georgia Congressional Election Results