April 18, 2017 / In The News

KNSS Radio: Inside Georgia’s special election to fill Tom Price’s House seat

According to Federal Election Commission filings, Ossoff raised $8.3 million for his campaign through the end of March — an astronomical sum for a U.S. House election. He’s spent $6.1 million.

The three most prominent Republican candidates combined raised less than $800,000, with $464,000 for Handel, $217,000 for Gray and $108,000 to Moody. (Gray and Moody both loaned their campaigns additional money), according to the FEC.

Outside groups, like the DCCC, NRCC and End Citizens United have also poured money into the state.

Click here to read the full article at KNSS.

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