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Georgia Special Election: Nobody Said It Was Easy. They Said It Was Important.
There are two ways to look at it, I guess. From the point of view of the Republicans, they won Tuesday’s special election for Georgia’s 6th Congressional District, and that’s all that matters. Politics is binary: You’re either going to Washington or you’re not, and Jon Ossoff is not. Karen Handel...
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Judge Orders Georgia to Re-Open Voter Registration Ahead of Major Runoff
Democrat Jon Ossoff will face off with Republican Karen Handel, and voters will now have until May 21 to register
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Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff speaks to supporters on Tuesday night. News
Ossoff Defies Odds in Georgia, Heads to Runoff in 'Victory for the Ages'
'There is no doubt that this is already a victory for the ages. We have defied the odds, we have shattered expectations, so bring it on.'
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Georgia Democrat Leads the Pack in Closely-Watched Special Election
Even if Tuesday's vote goes to a June runoff, "[n]o one should conclude it's a done deal and the Republican will win"
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Democratic Momentum in Georgia Race Signals Shifting Electoral Tide
In Georgia's special election contest, Jon Ossoff continues to gain ground, putting the GOP on the offensive in other local contests
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#Flipthe6th: Democrat Emerges as Clear Leader in Race for Price's Seat
Early voting begins in Georgia contest said to be test of the Trump resistance
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Race for Tom Price's Vacant Seat Seen as Bellwether for Resistance
With Democrat Jon Ossof gaining momentum, special election considered a test case for an energized Left
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As Politicians Target Sanctuary Cities, Faith Communities and Campuses Seek to Become Refuges
Dating back thousands of years, the concept of sanctuary stems from the custom of offering hospitality to the stranger. In ancient Greek cities, slaves and thieves took sanctuary at the shrines of the gods. During biblical times, those who had killed someone accidentally could take asylum in cities...
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Outrage After Trump Insults Civil Rights Icon John Lewis
"I believe in forgiveness. I believe in trying to work with people. It will be hard. It's going to be very difficult. I don't see this president-elect as a legitimate president," Rep. John Lewis says
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Education Victories Democrats Can Rally Around
Sorting through this week’s humiliating defeat by Donald Trump at the polls, Democrats are having a hard time finding any bright spots in all the darkness. But Trump’s victory was a very close one (he lost the popular vote) and may be easy to reverse in 2020 with a better campaign. So amidst the...
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