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)