In Georgia, costliest U.S. House race hits ugly note as election looms
Monday, 19 June 2017 () ATLANTA (Reuters) - The costliest U.S. congressional race in history will be decided on Tuesday in suburban Atlanta, where America's divisive political climate has been on display in an election seen by some analysts as a political test for President Donald Trump.
In Georgia on Tuesday the highly anticipated run off race between Jon Osoff and Karen Handel will take place in suburban Atlanta. In what many feel is a distasteful effort to slander the democratic side an ad produced by the Principled PAC, depicts visuals of House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.)...