Republican Karen Handel is the projected winner of the Georgia House special election.
Jim Galloway of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution is warning that the heavy rain in the Sixth District could depress turnout for Republican Karen Handel in the House special election.
Galloway said on MTP Daily, “I don’t want to be a weatherman, but it’s pouring here. We’re in the middle of a deluge, two to four inches, flooding advisory until 10 PM, and that could affect your Karen Handel voter.”
Trying to use the popular former president to suppress the vote won't discourage Democrats in Georgia – it'll only motivate them more.
Donald Trump gave Karen Handel such a terrible endorsement that he didn't leave enough room in his tweet to include her full name. The babbling president whined about Democrats, lied about Obamacare, then had no room to endorse Handel in the Georgia special House election.
Ossoff now leads his Republican candidate by seven points as Republican and Independent voters flock to his campaign.
Democrat Jon Ossoff dominated the first debate with Republican Karen Handel as he delivered a clear message of independence and change, while Handel stumbled on health care and snuggled up to Trump.
Democrat Jon Ossoff leads Republican Karen Handel 49.1% to 47.6% in a new poll ahead of the special House election in Georgia.
The increasingly explosive Russia scandal isn't just dragging the president down – he's taking the entire GOP with him.
A record $30 million has been poured into a race neither side can afford to lose as Democrats seek to regain control of the House
Ossoff is not only up 48-47 but he holds a 12-point lead among run-off voters who voted in 2016 but did not vote in the 2014 midterms
If this is the GOP's secret weapon in keeping control of the hotly contested seat, then they're in big trouble.
"We have shattered expectations. We are changing the world. And your voices are going to ring out across this state and across this country.”
"Despite major outside money, FAKE media support and eleven Republican candidates, BIG "R" win with runoff in Georgia. Glad to be of help!"
PPP released a poll on Wednesday that shows Democrat Michelle Nunn ahead of all four GOP candidates in Georgia's open Senate race. Republican Saxby Chambliss is retiring at the end of his term.
The decision to cut funding to Planned Parenthood amounted to turning the Foundation's back on many American women.
Remember when "common sense conservative" Sarah Palin went to Georgia to campaign for Karen Handel in her runoff with Nathan Deal? You better believe the Handel campaign does because they are still literally paying for Palin's visit. Palin's demand of a $92,000 private jet and a $13,000 hotel room left the campaign $83,000 in debt.
Yet another Palin loss in Georgia...... The media dubbed "GOP kingmaker", huh? More like a Mama Grizzly slinking away with her tail between her legs. Karen Handel, the Palin endorsed and pushed GOP Georgia Governor candidate, conceded today after losing to primary opponent Nathan Deal, who was endorsed by Mitt Romney.