Will the 6th Flip?

Headline Roundup April 18th, 2017

The special election in the 6th district in Georgia is today. Democrats hope to "flip" the district by electing Jon Ossoff.

Will the 6th Flip?

From the Center
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Voting began Tuesday morning in a highly anticipated special election here to fill a vacant U.S. House seat, with both Republicans and Democrats seeing it in part as a referendum on Donald Trump’s presidency.

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From the Right
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By now, you've likely heard a thing or two about the election in Georgia's 6th district. The special election is being heralded as a test on the Trump administration (although it's probably not), and tensions are relatively high for Democrat Jon Ossoff. On Tuesday, voters learned a fun new twist about their candidate: he actually can't vote for himself as he doesn't live in the district.

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From the Left
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All eyes will be on Georgia's 6th Congressional District Tuesday night, as we try to glean whether President Trump is doing damage to the Republican Party.

Do not expect easy answers - at least not yet.

Through a combination of Georgia's unusual electoral system, a unique congressional district and the strangeness of special elections, it's likely Tuesday's results will be very open to interpretation.

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