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The most expensive House election in US history is going down in Georgia’s 6th Congressional District and the media is hyping it as a referendum against Trump.
While Democrat Jon Ossoff came up short in round one with 48.1% of the vote, after raising over $30 million in campaign donations and super PAC money, he's managed to shift that number to 48.8% according to RealClearPolitics' poll average (their average incorrectly predicted Trump would lose the 2016 election by 3.3%).
Here's some charts from The New York Times:
The insane spending levels are rather comical considering how boring both candidates are.
Ossoff behaves like a person devoid of a personality. He's comes off as the type of person who could watch a train derail and just walk away casually. All his money is coming from out of state and he doesn't even live in the district he's running in.
While he's claimed he lives "down the street," the Washington Free Beacon found it takes two hours to walk from his house to Georgia's 6th.
Handel is backed by the Republican establishment and has her problems too, but Georgians should vote for her anyways because she's better than Ossoff and what's most important at this point in time is crushing Democrats' dreams.
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