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Thomas Jonathan "Jon" Ossoff (born February 16, 1987)is an American investigative filmmaker, former congressional aide, and Democratic candidate running in the 2017 special election to represent Georgia's 6th congressional district in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Born in Atlanta, Ossoff was raised in Northlake, an unincorporated community in Georgia's 6th congressional district. Ossoff's mother Heather Fenton, an Australian immigrant, co-founded NewPower PAC, an organization that works to elect women to local office across Georgia. His father, who is of Russian Jewish and Lithuanian Jewish descent, owns a specialist publishing company.Ossoff was raised Jewish, and had a bar mitzvah ceremony. Ossoff was raised by his parents in the 6th District. He currently lives with his girlfriend ten minutes south of the 6th District.
Ossoff attended the Paideia School, a small private school in Atlanta. While in high school, he interned for Georgia congressman and civil rights leader John Lewis

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Born Thomas Jonathan Ossoff
  (1987-02-16) February 16, 1987 (age 30)
  Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Political party Democratic
Education Georgetown University (BS)
  London School of Economics

Jon Ossoff Biography About Career

Ossoff worked as a national security staffer and aide to Rep. Hank Johnson for five years where he drafted and managed legislative initiatives that passed the House and Senate. He had top-secret clearance for five months.
Since 2013, he has been managing partner and CEO of Insight TWI, a small business which produces investigations targeting corrupt officials and organized crime for international news organizations. In 2016, Ossoff was an executive producer for a documentary film by Insight TWI for BBC Three; the film exposed atrocities committed by ISIL in Iraq

Georgia 6th congressional district special election 2017 Voting Live

  1. If Democrats win this special election then critics might say that this shows anti Trump sentiments amongst people.
  2. Mr. Ossoff raised more than $8.3 million mostly from out-of-state donors.
  3. Early results indicate that nearly 55,000 people in the district turned out in the early voting period.
  4. But the district has 70 %white, 13% Blacks and 11% Asians and 13% Hispanics .Acc to reports.

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Georgia 6th congressional district special election 2017 Candidates

Republican Party
David Abroms, businessman
Mohammad Ali Bhuiyan, economist
Keith Grawert, former USAF pilot
Bob Gray, businessman and Johns Creek City Councilman
Karen Handel, former Secretary of State of Georgia, candidate for Governor in 2010 and candidate for the U.S. Senate in 2014
Judson Hill, former State Senator
Bruce LeVell, businessman
Amy Kremer, tea party activist
William Llop, certified public accountant and candidate for GA-11 in 2012 and 2016
Dan Moody, former State Senator
Kurt Wilson, businessman

Democratic Party

Ragin Edwards, sales senior manager
Richard Keatley, college professor and former officer in the Navy
Jon Ossoff, filmmaker and former congressional aide
Rebecca Quigg, physician
Ron Slotin, former State Senator and candidate for GA-04 in 1996

Georgia 6th congressional district special election 2017 Opinion Poll

According to Opinion Poll Jon Ossoff is winning with on average 42%.

Poll Date(s) Sample Margin of Bob Karen Judson Jon
source administered size error Gray (R) Handel (R) Hill (R) Ossoff (D)
ZPolitics/Clout Research (R) April 14–15, 2017 453 LV ± 4.6% 17.00% 15.00% 10.00% 41.00%
Emerson College April 13–15, 2017 324 LV ± 5.4% 15.00% 17.00% 6.00% 43.00%
WSB/Landmark Communications April 12–13, 2017 500 LV ± 4.2% 9.00% 17.00% 8.00% 45.00%
FOX 5 Atlanta/Opinion Savvy April 13, 2017 437 LV ± 4.6% 11.00% 21.00% 11.00% 42.00%


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