Georgia Special Election: 7 Things To Observe

Ossoff created a movement.”The other special electionGeorgia isn’t the only state with a special House election Tuesday night.
But by rejecting a single-payer health care system and occasionally praising Trump, Ossoff could risk alienating hardcore progressives.
Here are POLITICO’s seven things to watch as the results roll in Tuesday night:How high will turnout go?
It’s Election Day in Georgia, where a House special election has put President Donald Trump’s popularity back on the ballot, turned suburban Atlanta into a battleground for the first time in a generation and obliterated campaign finance records.
Early voting soared ahead of Election Day, with more than 140,000 voters casting their ballots early, some before embarking on summer vacations.

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