John Ossoff Wins Democratic Nomination for U.S. Senate in Georgia

June 10, 2020

Following up on an earlier story, John Ossoff is now projected to be the outright winner of the Georgia Democratic Primary for U.S. Senate. By exceeding 50% of the vote, Ossoff will avoid an August runoff.

Ossoff will challenge incumbent Republican Sen. David Purdue in November.   

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