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How Atlanta’s conservative suburbs became a frontier of liberal resistance | Anywhere but Washington

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A progressive rebellion is brewing in Georgia. The special election to replace Donald Trump’s health secretary, Tom Price, should have been a shoo-in for Republicans.
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Instead, Paul Lewis discovers Jon Ossoff, a 30-year-old film-maker, is dominating the sixth district race as anti-Trump sentiment fuels his unlikely bid for Congress.

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4 thoughts on “How Atlanta’s conservative suburbs became a frontier of liberal resistance | Anywhere but Washington

  1. “These suburbs may be Republican but they’re also affluent and educated far from classic Trump country.”
    Some lovely Liberal Elitism right there folks

  2. Welcome to the Republicans worst nightmare when people mobilize and actually vote. The moderates and Democrats are finally starting to wake up to the fact that their votes do matter.

  3. @5:49 the lady initially meeting the activists saying “nice to meet you” is wearing a “pave it blue” button, and then later says “I’ve heard of that” (i.e. “pave it blue”). What gives?

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