Congressional Insight: Georgia's District Six

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State of Georgia, Congressional District Six (6)

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Unofficial Results From Special Election (Jungle Primary ) April 19, 2017

DemocraticJon Ossoff92,39048
RepublicanKaren Handel37,93320
RepublicanBob Gray20,75511
RepublicanJudson Hill16,8489
RepublicanDan Moody16,9949
Total votes193,483100

Zip Codes: 30004, 30005, 30009, 30022, 30024, 30033, 30062, 30066, 30067, 30068, 30075, 30076, 30084, 30092, 30097, 30102, 30144, 30188, 30319, 30324, 30328, 30329, 30338, 30339, 30340, 30341, 30342, 30345, 30346, 30350, 30360

Cities: Alpharetta, Brookhaven, Chamblee, Doraville, Dunwoody, Johns Creek, Marietta, Milton, Mountain Park, Peachtree Corners, Roswell, Sandy Springs, Tucker

Counties: Cobb, Fulton, DeKalb, Cherokee (Former)

Note: I do not worry about politics anymore. However since this is in my front and back yard... I must post some information about the recent congressional race. I am a native of this district. That said, I know the sentiment that springs out of the three county areas. Cherokee is no longer in D6, but it was back in the day. DeKalb is more Dem and North Fulton and Cobb are heavily GOP. Cobb is a different GOP than Fulton, and Cobb's version of the GOP varies to a degree between East Cobb and West Cobb. Fulton is generally more of a power play or a position play - not a lot of outsiders can get a grip here because there is no shortage of established players - like most affluent enclaves. It is fair to note that demographically district six is not a fair representation of the state. Sentiment from Cobb and Cherokee counties are more representative of the entire state - to a degree - whereas North Fulton is a hyper affluent area (when compared regionally) and many are affluent democrats and moderate republicans.