John Ossoff

The Sunrise Report: Trump, Kemp and Senate debates

The Sunrise Report: Trump, Kemp and Senate debates

Happy Monday Morning, Georgia! There are 18 days until Christmas, but the news in Georgia hasn't slowed down. Here's your rundown of what's new under the Georgia sun. You may have missed: Catch up on these stories you may have missed over the weekend. Kelly Loeffler and Raphael Warnock had a senate debate last night. John Ossoff debated an empty podium after Sen. David Perdue declined the invitation to debate.Brian Kemp won't call the Georgia legislature into a special session at Donald Trump's request. Here's why.On Saturday, there were gunshots at Lenox Mall. Turns out there was no active shooting,…
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Will Georgia stay blue in the Senate runoff?

Will Georgia stay blue in the Senate runoff?

Democrat Joe Biden flipped Georgia with a slim 13,000 vote lead, buoying the spirit of Democrats who have dubbed the state “Joe’gia” and angering President Donald Trump who continues to pursue legal challenges meant to overturn the results. But whether Biden’s win here represents anything more than a fluke fueled by Trump-weary voters is one of the big questions left lingering after the now-certified results make Biden the first Democrat presidential candidate to win the state in three decades. Georgians won’t have to wait long to get some answers: Democrats who came up short this month have another shot to…
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Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms backs Warnock and Ossoff in Senate races

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms backs Warnock and Ossoff in Senate races

Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms formally backed her choice in a crowded U.S. Senate race, but she did not urge the other candidates in the special election to bow out to clear a path for the Rev. Raphael Warnock. Instead, Bottoms laid out the stakes. “What I will say is that the facts are very clear on what we are facing with this election. If Rev. Warnock is able to win without a runoff, he will immediately represent us in the Senate and have an opportunity to have a voice and a vote as it relates to the Supreme Court…
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