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 ...and more »

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 ...and more »

The Daily 202: A wake-up call for Republicans in Georgia, but Democrats remain unlikely to win the House in 2018 - Washington Post

With Breanne Deppisch. THE BIG IDEA: The results from Georgia's special election should scare Republicans, but Democrats shouldn't overread the results. With all the precincts reporting, Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff pulled 48.3 percent of the vote ...and more »

Jon Ossoff doesn't live in his district. That might be a problem. - CNN

Washington (CNN) Democrat Jon Ossoff very nearly won the special election to replace Department of Health and Human Services Director Tom Price on Tuesday night, coming within a point and a half of the 50 percent he needed to claim the district outright.and more »

Karen Handel Wants Trump's Help in Georgia Runoff vs. Ossoff - U.S. News & World Report

The top Republican in Georgia's special congressional election said the president called her to say it's 'all hands on deck' for a June 20 contest against Democrat Jon Ossoff. By Gabrielle Levy, Political Reporter | April 19, 2017, at 11:24 a.m.. MORE.and more »

White House: Georgia House was 'big loss' for Dems - The Hill

Tuesday's Georgia House special election that set up a June runoff was a “big loss” for Democrats, the White House said Wednesday. “The Democrats went all in on this. They said their goal was to go over 50 percent, they came up short,” White House ...and more »

Perez heads to Georgia to boost Ossoff before runoff - The Hill

Democratic National Committee Chairman Tom Perez is heading to Georgia to rally support for the Democratic candidate in a June 20 special election runoff. The DNC announced Wednesday that Perez will speak at the Democratic Party of Georgia's dinner ...and more »

Inside the Numbers, the Georgia Election Is Still a Boost for Dems - NBCNews.com

The headline from last night's high-profile special congressional election in Georgia was that Democrat Jon Ossoff fell just short of the 50% needed to avoid a runoff, and he now faces a clash against Republican Karen Handel on June 20. But there's ...and more »

Georgia House race to high-stakes runoff as Trump wades in - San Francisco Chronicle

Democrat Jon Ossoff dropped below the majority vote he needs to avoid a runoff in Georgia's nationally watched special congressional election. He'll face Republican Karen Handel on June 20th. (April 19). Media: Associated Press. DUNWOODY, Ga.and more »

Ossoff Defies Odds in Georgia, Heads to Runoff in 'Victory for the Ages' - Common Dreams

'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.' by. Nika Knight, staff writer · 0 Comments. Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff speaks to supporters on Tuesday night ...and more »