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Georgia And South Carolina Special Elections: Live Coverage

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Note :  I believe the gods have stacked the deck and the Republicans will win in both Georgia &  South Carolina ........The Dem candidate has spent over a Billion dollars in Georgia.....BUT HE WILL LOSE........MONEY CAN'T BUY IT NOW.....

Georgia And South Carolina Special Elections: Live Coverage

http://fivethirtyeight.com/live-blog/georgia-south-carolina-special-elections/

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Georgia 6

Karen Handel     97,202........    52.7 %

 

Jon Ossoff        87,155         .......47.3 %

50% of precincts reporting

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The South Carolina   Republican has won apparently :coffeetime:

Ralph Norman    44,312

51.2%

Archie Parnell        41,404

47.8%

99% of precincts reporting

Edited by marlowe

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3 minutes ago, Pancakes said:

LMAO........I Luv It :D

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Dems Under Intense Pressure to Score a Win For “Trump-Slayer” Jon Ossoff

Dems unlikely to retake House if Ossoff is defeated.

Democratic leadership are under intense pressure from the far-left wing of the party to pull off a win in today’s special election in Georgia following special election loses in Kansas and Montana.

The special election in Georgia’s sixth congressional district between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel to replace now-Secretary of Health and Human Services Tom Price is neck-and-neck, with most polls indicating the race is too close to call.

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https://www.infowars.com/dems-under-intense-pressure-to-score-a-win-for-trump-slayer-jon-ossoff/

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Game OVER....The Republicans have won both states.......

"To join the choir here — Handel is ahead by around 12,500 votes right now, and we expect that there are about 25,000 mail votes still left to count, along with various other election day votes. If the remaining election day votes are a wash — a big assumption — Ossoff would need to win the mail-ins 2-to-1. I suppose that’s not impossible, but it’s a steep hill to climb."

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