Georgia Special Election: Early Voting Soars 150 Percent

June 19, 2017
Georgia special election runoff early voting has soared by 150 percent as Republican Karen Handel and Democrat Jon Ossoff entered the homestretch in what many see as a referendum on President Donald Trump.

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