Democrat abruptly bows out of Georgia congressional race against QAnon supporter Marjorie Taylor Greene

Democrat abruptly bows out of Georgia congressional race against QAnon supporter Marjorie Taylor Greene

ATLANTA — Democrat Kevin Van Ausdal abruptly ended his longshot campaign for Congress on Friday against Marjorie Taylor Greene, a move that gave the controversial Republican an even clearer shot at a seat in the U.S. House.Van Ausdal released a statement that cited “personal and family reasons” for quitting the 14th Congressional District race and moving out of the state. The campaign declined to share further details about the sudden announcement, though a spokesman said he and his staffers didn’t receive any threats to drop out.“Although all the details will remain my family’s alone, please ...


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