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Georgia Republicans are resolving two crucial congressional nominations in Tuesday runoffs, featuring a former Trump aide and a Jan. 6 Capitol riot convict in separate districts.

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Georgia GOP to choose congressional nominees, with candidates including man convicted in Jan. 6 riot

Georgia Republicans are resolving two crucial congressional nominations in Tuesday runoffs, featuring a former Trump aide and a Jan. 6 Capitol riot convict in separate districts. Concurrently, Democrats are selecting their candidate to challenge Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene this November. Additionally, both parties are finalizing candidates in eight state legislative runoffs stemming from the May 21 primaries, where no clear majority emerged. Voter turnout is expected to be low, which could result in these critical nominations being decided by a relatively small number of voters, especially in the politically significant 2nd and 14th districts.

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