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Democrats want to strike a blow against Donald Trump's presidency with an upset victory in Tuesday's special election in Georgia, where the congressional race in a traditionally Republican district cost a record $60 million. Republicans are facing a sobering reminder of their president's poor approval ratings, as 30-year-old centrist Democrat Jon Ossoff, a filmmaker and onetime political assistant, holds a slim lead in polling ahead of the closely watched runoff. With Democrats potentially striking the first blow against Trump in 2017, the race has drawn substantial attention on the national stage -- and vast contributions from across the country to both candidates.
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