Five Matters To Look At In Georgia’S High-Stakes House Race

The polls in Cobb, Fulton and DeKalb counties — the three where the sixth district House seat is located — close at 7 p.m.
In what’s become the most expensive House race in history, both Democrats and Republicans have tons at stake.
To win, Ossoff will need something approaching presidential-level turnout from Democratic base voters — and African-Americans are a crucial component of that base.
Here are five things to watch in Georgia’s special election:Will Republicans show up?
An Ossoff win would be a proof point suggesting that Democrats are on the right track.

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