GA-6: Another Trump Congressional District remains a Trump Congressional District. @larambrownphd

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GA-6: Another Trump Congressional District remains a Trump Congressional District. @larambrownphd

"...Ossoff failed to win more than 50 percent of the vote in Tuesday’s all-party special election, so he will now face off against Republican Karen Handel in a June 20 runoff, where they'll vie for the seat vacated by President Trump's Health and Human Services secretary, Tom Price.

The Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF), a super PAC aligned with House GOP leadership, has already spent $3 million against Ossoff. Now the super PAC is keeping up the pressure in a new video one day after the election.

The CLF is seeking to paint Ossoff as Hollywood’s candidate since he received a lot of campaign contributions from celebrities, even receiving on-the-ground help from two actors during early-voting efforts...."

http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/329606-gop-groups-turn-up-heat-on-ossoff-ahead-of-ga-runoff

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"...The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee's ad hits Handel for using taxpayer money to pay for a car and criticizing her spending on travel and her office budget during her role as secretary of state. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution story cited in the ad about Handel's car, she was given the choice under state law to either take a state car for travel or accept a monthly allowance of $587.

The ad plays that spending up against budget shortfalls that caused cuts to education.

"Karen Handel, living the high life. She'd fit right in in Washington," the narrator says to end the ad, as a cartoon Handel drives past the Capitol building in a limousine...."

http://thehill.com/homenews/campaign/329689-dem-ad-accuses-ga-special-election-republican-of-living-the-high-life

Ossoff failed to win more than 50 percent of the vote in Tuesday’s all-party special election, so he will now face off against Republican Karen Handel in a June 20 runoff, where they'll vie for the seat vacated by President Trump's Health and Human Services secretary, Tom Price.

The Congressional Leadership Fund (CLF), a super PAC aligned with House GOP leadership, has already spent $3 million against Ossoff. Now the super PAC is keeping up the pressure in a new video one day after the election.

The CLF is seeking to paint Ossoff as Hollywood’s candidate since he received a lot of campaign contributions from celebrities, even receiving on-the-ground help from two actors during early-voting efforts.

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Corlyss - 9 days ago

Waiting for Democrats to decide that they need to embrace Trump voters' ISSUES if they want to get Trump voters. I don't think they can do it because the archetypal Trump voter is the shadow of the very things that give Democrats' lives meaning.