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Georgia Republican Senator Will Retire This Year

The November 2020 ballot in Georgia will include a special election for the remaining two years of Isakson's term in addition to [David] Perdue's race for another six-year term.

It's a doubly tantalizing target for Democrats, who increasingly believe that Georgia, which has become less rural [?] and less white [?] in recent decades, due in part to the growth of Atlanta, stands on the verge of becoming a swing state after roughly two [!!] decades of leaning solidly Republican.

evidentally one POTUS = 2 chambers control by the GOP
It's an uphill battle for Georgia Democrats, who haven't elected a governor or U.S. senator since 1998. Bill Clinton was the last Democratic presidential candidate to win here, in 1992.

Diversity is the key to economic and political evolution.
by Cat on Thu Aug 29th, 2019 at 05:17:04 PM EST
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