2018 Flippable Congressional Seats
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Though far fewer people voted in the 2017 special election than in the 2016 election, Jon Ossoff (D) still got about the same number of votes as the relatively unknown Democratic challenger Rodney Stooksbury in 2016. Rep. Karen Handel (R) beat Ossoff by 4 percent in the special election to replace Rep. Tom Price.
Incumbent Rep. Rob Woodall, R-Lawrenceville, has cruised to re-election in this district since 2010, but he’s a relatively weak fundraiser, which has inspired Democrats. While Woodall raised $385,495 in 2017, PACs contributed $246,900 of those funds – reflecting weak support through contributions by individual voters.