Atlanta CBS news anchor Bobby Kaple is hoping to oust Karen Handel from her just-settled-in congressional seat. Kaple announced earlier this week he quit his job to run against Rep. Handel. If I were an ambitious Democrat, I could think of no less an intimidating foe than Handel. So if the seat can be flipped, my
First reported by The Washington Free Beacon, it appears that Jon Ossoff, the Democratic candidate from Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District who ran in Georgia’s Sixth Congressional District, will appear as a featured panelist for “Leaving it All on the Field: The Midterm Elections in the Resistance Era.” Here is the description of the event organized by Netroots Nation:
C-SPAN aired a new member interview with Georgia’s newest Member of Congress, Congresswoman Karen Handel (R-GA-06). In the interview, Handel discusses her experience as a new member of Congress, her family, her district, and the special election. Click here to watch the video in the C-SPAN video library.
Republican Karen Handel has had some high-profile visitors to help her campaign to become the Congresswoman from Georgia’s 6th District including Vice President Mike Pence and House Speaker Paul Ryan. This weekend, according to the AJC’s Political Insider, Georgia’s own Sonny Perdue and Tom Price will be featured guests at a campaign rally for Handel
Political gamblers heavily favor a narrow Ossoff win, with record high turnout. With the eyes of the nation on this election, 100,000s of bets have been placed on who will win, by what margin, and with what turnout. In March, we covered the political gaming site, PredictIt, and its open bets at the time on
So is Jon Ossoff now afraid of debating Karen Handel as much as possible or just afraid of how he will look on CNN? That’s the question to ask now that he’s ducking a tete-a-tete with Handel. Ossoff won’t agree to participate in the Atlanta Press Club debate, scheduled to be broadcast on CNN. (Really, dude? EVERYONE
Karen Handel has released an ad entitled “I Deliver” where she personally chronicles her successes of balancing the budget without raising taxes as a Fulton County Commissioner and implementing Voter ID laws in Georgia as its Secretary of State despite opposition from President Barack Obama.