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Now Kathy Griffin is an issue in the Georgia special election

03 June 2017

"Jon Ossoff believes what Kathy Griffin did was despicable and for Karen Handel's superPAC [sic] to say otherwise is a disgrace".

Turnout Tuesday was more than four times greater than the first day of early voting for the original race on April 18, which only saw 160 Cobb voters vote in person. The panel will include Greg Bluestein, from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Condace Pressley, from News 95.5/AM750, and Richard Elliot, from WSB-TV.

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In Georgia, Ossoff almost won an April 18 primary outright in a field of 18 candidates.

Tom Price vacated the seat when he became secretary of U.S. Health and Human Services for the Trump administration. He drew 48.1 percent of the vote, earning a spot in the runoff. Handel finished second with about 19.8 percent of the vote in the crowded primary, which had 18 candidates on the ballot.

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Democrats are aiming for a major upset in the June 20 election in Atlanta's traditionally conservative suburbs.

The latest exclusive WSB-TV, Landmark Communications poll of Georgia's 6th Congressional District runoff election shows Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff each have advantages in some areas. Republicans have won special elections already in Kansas and Montana.

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State law requires that polls be open during normal business hours during the early voting period. Yet he's lumped in with her, along with images of Michael Moore and sundry window-breaking, car-burning, trashcan-spilling anarchists, as "angry liberals" who "have gone too far" in their determination to foist Ossoff on the clean-living suburbanites of the sixth district.

Now Kathy Griffin is an issue in the Georgia special election