Conservative groups are spending millions to dominate in-person voter outreach ahead of Georgia's crucial runoff elections, exploiting an opening they believe was left wide open by pandemic-leery Democrats.
Senate hopeful Jon Ossoff—who has repeatedly referred to himself and fellow Democrat Raphael Warnock as a "team" in Georgia's Senate runoffs—dodged questions on Warnock's longtime support for anti-Semitic pastor Rev. Jeremiah Wright.
A far-left former congressional candidate often called "Atlanta's AOC" has launched a super PAC that plans to spend millions backing Georgia Democratic Senate candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
New York Times columnist Thomas Friedman urged national Democrats to move to Georgia and vote in its upcoming Senate runoff elections—a clear violation of state law, should the voters leave after the races conclude.