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Anne, fantastic news from Georgia: A click.actionnetwork.org/mpss/c/3AA/ni0YAA/t.260/BHL1lYMgSrmTASwhdoMirw/h0/hmw-2BiWr6mXc1DHGFh-2BJUDLoUxvdMbHsHPvWqyFJe8AJwAnA3-2FytK1khmqQosyYDG1eqMIDyHfS0nZQ8Dskd71qHrtnClf5fO1rDiiNaGqwd1z6zJDuhKvfeiFoBOg6m-2BZl7tnyLHQkwEU6T6yOcSYZ7d2-2FpJqN0kAkRpvnlZrdBh2AqUGixGlHkCYDzh702ZFvGuz282pyBlvHoL6oFU4AmHrZK3TX2mI-2BoVLibEILJM18mhz1a6LOZk-2BKXpHNoI-2F1BrEH0ImAh4kHfGaE-2BTsO2x2GchWKEGuv0GYk0jbk0MYn-2BOmK4ZASffvH9PRVXaA1yt8n-2FmPhOlkxrwPEd8r9pK9T7aqi68Ipb1JPaRn0tCSbizjDrzpZMS3BhP6ENO" target="_blank">new poll gives Democrat Jon Ossoff a clear lead heading into the April 18 special election, and has him running neck-and-neck against Republican opponents in potential runoff election match-ups.

This is huge. Ossoff is running in a red district that swung hard against Trump in 2016—Romney won here 61-37 in 2012, but Trump won by just a single point, 48-47, in 2016. Losing here would be a catastrophe for the GOP, and a sign that their once-thought-invincible House majority is in serious jeopardy in 2018.

click.actionnetwork.org/mpss/c/3AA/ni0YAA/t.260/BHL1lYMgSrmTASwhdoMirw/h1/aHO21LnX1DH2iKGsTPn3bSMm6il-2BDLmn8RZdtoMQC38qIarHerMidE9ALIglP6QK3JvMz3zhPvGQBy7bRujV90MhDAXCW8HGh7qwAVLxbJVgw3BVw0r8VKOuUflkVcrRdWnOKTlH53Ipds4K-2F8j7LKVprM-2Ffw2XTwDaROoxsU-2ByLDM3DoLW0teA-2BZmeGDcvIKLGVcZ6qzKeDgwd5fS5fFgk1-2BAUG-2BniD7XxJIYBn9HSzOlhp3mkliYJaB745gh-2BokD0HW8gmIpycvtiVbY-2FJrC-2FvMXCIpA4liOamWrlGTjxPMtah61P301wvpH90XsEK" target="_blank">Can you chip in $5 to Democrat Jon Ossoff to help flip this seat from red to blue?

Here are the numbers for April's election, which is a "jungle primary" in which all the Democratic and Republican candidates appear on the ballot together:
  • Investigative documentary maker Jon Ossoff (D): 40
  • Ex-Secretary of State Karen Handel (R): 20
  • Businessman Bob Gray (R): 10
  • State Sen. Judson Hill (R): 10
  • Ex-state Sen. Dan Moody (R): 8
  • All other candidates: Less than 2 percent each
And here are Ossoff's head-to-head numbers in a potential run-off, which will occur if no one reaches 50 percent in April:
  • 42-41 vs. Ex-Secretary of State Karen Handel
  • 44-42 vs. businessman Bob Gray
  • 44-45 vs. state Sen. Judson Hill
  • 46-44 vs. ex-state Sen. Dan Moody
Winning this election would send shockwaves through Congress and could upend Trump's entire agenda—and these numbers show we can win.

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Keep fighting,
Michael Langenmayr, Daily Kos



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Anne, fantastic news from Georgia: A new poll gives Democrat Jon Ossoff a clear lead heading into the April 18 special election, and has him running neck-and-neck against Republican opponents in potential runoff election match-ups.

This is huge. Ossoff is running in a red district that swung hard against Trump in 2016—Romney won here 61-37 in 2012, but Trump won by just a single point, 48-47, in 2016. Losing here would be a catastrophe for the GOP, and a sign that their once-thought-invincible House majority is in serious jeopardy in 2018.

Can you chip in $5 to Democrat Jon Ossoff to help flip this seat from red to blue?

Here are the numbers for April's election, which is a "jungle primary" in which all the Democratic and Republican candidates appear on the ballot together:
  • Investigative documentary maker Jon Ossoff (D): 40
  • Ex-Secretary of State Karen Handel (R): 20
  • Businessman Bob Gray (R): 10
  • State Sen. Judson Hill (R): 10
  • Ex-state Sen. Dan Moody (R): 8
  • All other candidates: Less than 2 percent each
And here are Ossoff's head-to-head numbers in a potential run-off, which will occur if no one reaches 50 percent in April:
  • 42-41 vs. Ex-Secretary of State Karen Handel
  • 44-42 vs. businessman Bob Gray
  • 44-45 vs. state Sen. Judson Hill
  • 46-44 vs. ex-state Sen. Dan Moody
Winning this election would send shockwaves through Congress and could upend Trump's entire agenda—and these numbers show we can win.

Please chip in $5 to Democrat Jon Ossoff now.

Keep fighting,
Michael Langenmayr, Daily Kos



Daily Kos, PO Box 70036, Oakland, CA, 94612.

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