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How did your Cobb neighbors vote in the 6th District special election?


North DeKalb County Democrat Jon Ossoff won every Cobb County precinct included in the 6th District special election, but it wasn’t enough to avoid a runoff against Fulton County Republican Karen Handel.

The runoff is set for June 20.

Unofficial numbers show that 192,000 votes were cast in Tuesday’s race, which garnered national attention.

Cobb makes arrest in stolen voting equipment — which is in a landfill

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has crunched those initial numbers, and you can see how each precinct voted.

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