The Republican senator is quarantining just days ahead of his runoff election in Georgia that could decide which party controls the U.S. Senate.
The two Democratic challengers for the U.S. Senate believe focusing on health care during a pandemic will motivate voters for the Jan. 5 runoff. If both win, their party will control the U.S. Senate.
Georgia's liberal grass-roots groups say they are more energized than discouraged after Democrat Jon Ossoff's disappointing, close loss to Republican Karen Handel in a closely watched special election
Everyone wants to take credit for wins, and fingers get pointed in every direction for losses. But what can be read into a special election more than a year out from congressional elections?
Georgia's sixth-district special congressional election will be held 130 days after it was first announced. That's far longer than full national elections take in places like the U.K. and Mexico.
The contest between Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel has obliterated spending records. A win for the Democrats would be a blow to President Trump, but the race remains incredibly close.
Georgia's 6th Congressional District has been in Republican hands for decades. Democrats are betting this month's special election will change that.
Democrats hope Jon Ossoff can clear 50 percent in the special election to succeed now-Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price in a race they've tried to make a referendum on President Trump.
Jon Ossoff's campaign has attracted a lot of money and volunteers from across the country. But local, older voters who lament the longtime GOP lean of the area are now fired up too.