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After taking a beating in November, some Democrats woke up Wednesday with Georgia still on their mind.
Jon Ossoff, a 30-year-old political novice, fell just short of a shocking victory in Georgia’s sixth congressional district. But how much can one well off Atlanta suburb can tell us about the future direction of the country? And what’s the path forward for Democrats seeking to capture 24 seats in the House in 2018?
- Andra Gillespie Professor of Political Science, Emory University
- Jessica Taylor Lead digital political reporter, NPR
- Domenico Montanaro Lead political editor, NPR
- Congresswoman Stephanie Murphy U.S. representative (D) for Florida's 7th congressional district
- Pete Buttigieg Mayor of South Bend, Indiana; a member of the Democratic Party
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Jessica Taylor of NPR told us about a handful of districts the Democrats see as potentially vulnerable. These are seats that are held by Republicans in districts Hillary Clinton carried in 2016.
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