Spotlight is on Georgia's 6th Congressional District

Spotlight is on Georgia's 6th Congressional District

Spotlight is on Georgia's 6th Congressional District

The Republican president argued in a Monday tweet that the Democrats have "no ideas".

Both Mr Ossoff and a spokeswoman for Ms Handel condemned the spot, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported.

Pollster Mark Rountree says 46 percent of Republicans said last weeks events make them more likely to vote. "When will it stop? It won't if Jon Ossoff wins".

There's another election Tuesday in SC, to replace former Rep. Mick Mulvaney, a Republican who is now serving as President Trump's budget director.

But both may have exactly what they need to win in this political moment. Stop them. Stop them now. Nor was their an overt attack aimed at Republican Karen Handel, his opponent in Tuesday's blockbuster Georgia 6th District vote.

The ad is in response to Georgia's 6th District race to replace Tom Price, who was appointed U.S. Health and Human Services secretary.

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Ossoff has unleashed a massive ground operation reportedly consisting of 12,000 door-knocking, call-making volunteers. "Rep. Scalise is fighting for his life".

'For any group to use the shootings this week for political or personal benefit is shameful, ' said her spokeswoman Kate Constantini.

Either Republican Karen Handel will claim a seat that has been in her party's hands since 1979 or Democrat Jon Ossoff will manage an upset that will rattle Washington ahead of the 2018 mid-term elections.

Handel told reporters Monday that she hadn't seen the ad. Handel has tried to toe the line between accepting the help of national Republicans like Speaker Paul Ryan, who campaigned with her, and the president, who held a fundraiser for her, and being bogged down by the president's approval rating. Principled PAC aren't the only ones who see opportunity in the tragedy.

Voters in Georgia will decide the most expensive USA congressional race ever today, a US$60 million (RM256.95 million) political brawl where a Democratic novice could score an upset in a conservative stronghold and strike a blow against Donald Trump's presidency. 'Because moderates and independents in this district are exhausted of left-wing extremism'.

"That's why we're so focused on get out the vote" operations.

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"We're seeing absolute resistance to everything this president does", he added. Moderates and independents out there want to give him a chance.

"It's not going to be a blowout". But because tomorrow's race is so close, neither party knows which spin to pre-deploy.

"And I really do think the congressional baseball shooting is going to decide the election", he said.

The two campaigns expect turnout to blow past the 2014 midterm election turnout of 210,000.

Moreover, a second poll released Monday night actually finds Handel with a lead (51% to 49%) for the first time in weeks.

Total spending in the race has topped $56 million, according to the Center for Responsive Politics, a watchdog group, almost double the previous record.

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