In Fight for Control of the Senate, All Eyes Turn to Georgia's Jewish Candidate

Jon Ossoff may be the best-known political figure who has yet to win an electoral race. Will the fourth time charm?

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Like President-elect Joe Biden, Democratic Senate candidate Jon Ossoff battled fiercely against a Republican rival in the state of Georgia last Tuesday. In the initial vote count, also like Biden, Ossoff trailed by several percentage points. But as mail-in ballots were counted, he began to narrow the gap with incumbent Sen. David Perdue.

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