ATLANTA – For months, Jon Ossoff focused his campaign for the U.S. Senate in Georgia on the Democratic Party’s standard 2020 list of issues, such as healthcare, climate change, and the response to COVID-19.
But as the second-round campaign to decide on Senate control heats up, Ossoff increasingly leans on another issue: the stock portfolio of his Republican opponent.
So far, Ossoff and fellow Democrat Raphael Warnock have essentially raced as a team in Georgia’s two final rounds. But their opponents are different, and Ossoff begins to redouble his efforts to make a dent in the polished reputation of his rival, Senator David Perdue (R-GA), with new developments regarding Perdue’s personal financial movements in Washington.
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