Democrats Reload for Georgia Runoff, But Party Divisions Remain - Wall Street Journal (subscription)

LOUISVILLE, Ky.—Democrats Wednesday launched the second phase of their fight to capture a long-held Republican House seat in Georgia, but the party's attempts to unify remain hindered by lingering internal divisions. First-time candidate Jon Ossoff ...

What to watch for next in the Georgia special election - Weakley County Press

Democrats were hoping for a surprise win in Georgia, but they came up just short in Tuesday night's special election in a district held by Republicans for nearly four decades. Jon Ossoff led a splintered GOP field by a wide margin, but did not top the ...

Op-Ed: If Democrats are really serious about winning, here's what they should do - CNBC

Here's what Democrats are doing wrong and how they can get back in the game. And here's why this conservative Republican wants to see a stronger Democratic party. Jake Novak | @jakejakeny. 57 Mins Ago CNBC.com. SHARES ...

Democrat Jon Ossoff Will Head to Runoff After Georgia Special Election - U.S. News & World Report

What everyone's saying about Democrat Jon Ossoff narrowly missing an outright win in Georgia's special election. (Joe Raedle/Getty Images). Here are some views you can use. By Hayley Hoefer | Associate Editor for Opinion. April 19, 2017, at 1:45 p.m..

Trump: It's 'Hollywood vs. Georgia' as Special House Race Goes to Runoff - NBCNews.com

President Donald Trump declared that it was "Hollywood vs. Georgia" after Democrat Jon Ossoff fell just short of an outright win in the state's staunchly conservative 6th district Tuesday night. Trump, redrawing partisan battle lines, called Republican ...

Why Georgia race should make both Trump and Democrats anxious about 2018 election - MarketWatch

The Democrats went down to Georgia looking for a congressional seat to steal from President Trump and Republicans. They fell short, for now. President Donald Trump mocked Democrats for failing to win special congressional elections in Kansas and ...

Is GOP Leadership Stupid, Incompetent or Slap-Crazy? - Townhall

I'd like to know who in their right mind thought it was a good idea to run eleven Republicans in Georgia's sixth congressional district race. Instead of a decisive victory, Republican Karen Handel is now faced with a summer runoff against Democrat Jon ...

Trump Declares Georgia Democrats Are 'Failing' - CBS Miami

Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff speaks to his supporters as votes continue to be counted in a race that was too close to call for Georgia's 6th Congressional District in a special election to replace Tom Price, who is now the secretary of Health and ...

Poll: Is Georgia election a sign of a Democratic comeback? - lehighvalleylive.com

Democrat Jon Ossoff won 48 percent of the vote in a special congressional election in Georgia. ( pennlive.com file photo ). 0 shares. By Jim Flagg · jflagg@lehighvalleylive.com. As Yogi Berra might have put it, "an election ain't over 'til it's over ...

7 Key Facts About Georgia's Special Election - New York Magazine

After yesterday's much hyped and heavily spun first round, Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff will face each other in what should be a close June 20 runoff. Photo: Getty Images. After a long, intensive (and expensive) campaign, and a ...

Dem Falls Short in Georgia, But NBC Sees 'Ominous Sign' for GOP - NewsBusters (blog)

Despite acknowledging that the media's chosen candidate in Georgia's special congressional election on Tuesday, Democrat Jon Ossoff, had fallen short of the 50% threshold necessary to avoid a runoff, on Wednesday, NBC's Today touted the failed liberal ...

There was a special election 11 years ago eerily similar to Georgia's. Here's what happened. - Washington Post

Stop me if you've heard this before: A special election in a conservative-leaning, affluent congressional district on the outskirts of a major city; An unpopular GOP president with an approval rating in the high 30s; Democrats unite around one ...

Georgia race seen as early Trump test - China Post

Washington -- A Democrat came close to outright victory in Tuesday's closely watched U.S. congressional primary in Georgia, heading to a runoff in a race that Democrats tout as an early test of resistance to President Donald Trump. Jon Ossoff, 30, came ...

Jon Ossoff's campaignThe Democrats fall just short in Georgia - The Economist

“NO RUN-OFF”, exhorted a sign at Jon Ossoff's campaign office in Sandy Springs. As it turned out, in the special election for Georgia's 6th congressional district on April 18th—for a seat vacated by Tom Price, now Donald Trump's health secretary—the ...

Heated Congressional Race In Georgia Heads To Runoff - Here And Now

Democratic candidate for Georgia's Sixth Congressional Seat Jon Ossoff speaks to supporters during an election-night watch party Tuesday, April 18, 2017, in Dunwoody, Ga. (John Bazemore/AP). Democrat Jon Ossoff narrowly missed winning a ...

4 takeaways from the first Trump-era special elections - Vox

Democrat Jon Ossoff narrowly failed to clinch an outright victory Tuesday in the Georgia Sixth District special election. The fact that Ossoff is headed to a runoff, where he could lose to Republican Karen Handel, is a disappointment to Democrats given ...

Given record-setting fundraising, did Jon Ossoff underperform? - Washington Examiner

The amount of money Ossoff has at his disposal was record-shattering. (AP Photo/John Bazemore). Jon Ossoff's failure to win the special election in Georgia's 6th Congressional District outright on Tuesday is notable given the remarkable conditions ...

What Georgia's special election could mean for Pa., N.J. Republicans - and Trump - Philly.com (blog)

A voter leaves a polling site after casting a ballot in a special election in Marietta, Ga., on Tuesday. by Jonathan Tamari , Washington Bureau @JonathanTamari | jtamari@phillynews.com. Email @JonathanTamari ...

A top Clinton aide believes Democrats' best hope still lies with wealthy suburbanites - Vox

In 2016, Democrats lost Georgia's Sixth Congressional District by 24 points. In Tuesday's special election, Democrat Jon Ossoff came in first place and captured 48 percent of vote in the district — not the 50-point victory he needed to avoid a two-way ...

5 Takeaways as Georgia House Race Heads to Overtime - New York Times

Jon Ossoff addressed his supporters during a watch party in Sandy Springs, Ga., on Tuesday. Credit Kevin D. Liles for The New York Times. Democrats nearly captured Georgia's Sixth Congressional District on Tuesday night, as the party's candidate, Jon ...