Ossoff Gains in New Poll

Gray touts his anti-abortion credentials in a new digital ad.

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Ally Mutnick
March 20, 2017, 10:54 a.m.

A new sur­vey from zpolit­ics and Clout Re­search found former con­gres­sion­al staffer Jon Os­soff (D) lead­ing the field with 41% of the vote, an in­crease from the 32% the same group found sup­port­ing him last month (March 15-16; 625 LVs; +/- 3.8%). Former Geor­gia Sec­ret­ary of State Kar­en Han­del (R) and Johns Creek City Coun­cil­man Bob Gray (R) each took 16%.

GRAY CAM­PAIGN. Gray’s cam­paign re­leased a di­git­al ad where he talks about his views on abor­tion. (re­lease)

The cam­paign also “hired the staffers who quit” the cam­paign of tea party act­iv­ist Amy Kre­mer “en masse after com­plain­ing she couldn’t pay their cam­paign bills, the latest move in an in­creas­ingly bit­ter race.” (At­lanta Journ­al Con­sti­tu­tion)


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