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Democratic Congressional Candidate For Georgia's 6th District Jon Ossoff Campaigns Ahead Of Tuesday's Special Election

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State officials have pushed the Georgia Presidential Primary back due to help protect voters and the spread of the coronavirus. The primary’s new date will be June 9th. The Governor previously moved it back to May 19th, but his team says after consideration its best to  postpone he primary election until June 9th.

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There are more than 10,000 confirmed cased in Georgia, and the Governor has order a stay in place order for the state.


The voter registration deadline for the June 9th election is now May 11th and Early voting will begin on May 18th


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