Brad Carver, a local GOP official, said he thought last week’s shooting against House Republicans could tip the Georgia race away from Ossoff.
It’s America’s best kept open-secret.
Private GOP survey data indicates that Ossoff has the edge heading into next week’s special election for a House seat in suburban Atlanta.
“These events speak to the need to redouble commitment to civility and unity,” Ossoff’s campaign said in a statement.
Georgia’s electronic voting system was found by computer mavens to have some serious lapses in the safeguarding of voter information.
Ossoff, the Democrats’ hope in Georgia, has said he opposes raising taxes or adopting single-payer health care, putting him at odds with progressives.
Ossoff is leading 51%-44% in the red-leaning district, where President Trump won last November but has seen his approval rating steadily decline.
Meet Jon Ossoff, Georgia’s Jewish, Democratic congressional candidate.
Democrat Jon Ossoff slammed his Republican opponent for a controversy involving breast cancer screenings and Planned Parenthood in their first debate.
Ossoff is up one point on rival Karen Handel in the race to fill a House seat in Georgia.