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The memo:

  • A new report details that Jon Ossoff's company produced a documentary that seems to be borderline Chinese propaganda.
  • The documentary features criticisms of 'the West' while generally praising China.
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The memo:

  • Jon Ossoff's trouble with the truth is again catching up to him in the days leading up to Tuesday's runoff election.
  • It happened in 2017, and now Ossoff has been fact checked at least three times this week alone on serious falsehoods.
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The memo:

  • U.S. Senator David Perdue is quarantining after close contact with someone on the campaign who subsequently tested positive for COVID-19.
  • Perdue and his wife have tested negative.
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The memo:

  • Republicans have recruited more than 8,000 poll watchers for Georgia's January 5 runoff election.
  • This is part of 'a historic effort to ensure the upcoming elections are safe and secure.'
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The memo:

  • Jon Ossoff was asked on-air Thursday if he is worried about a potential Chinese effort to influence him.
  • Ossoff dodged the question and attacked the reporter who asked him about the issue.
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The memo:

  • The Committee to Defend the President scored the first major legal victory for Republicans in Georgia's ongoing runoff contests.
  • A ruling out of Cobb County should go a long way in ensuring ballot counting occurs with 'accuracy, fairness, and transparency.'
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The memo:

  • Jon Ossoff this week was fact checked by 11 Alive's Verify team, who found his claims on Senator David Perdue's support of coronavirus relief to be 'false.'
  • Despite this public correction, Ossoff has doubled down fact-free.
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The memo:

  • Joe Biden and Kamala Harris will each make another campaign trip to Georgia in the coming days.
  • Harris will be in Savannah on Sunday, while Biden will appear in Atlanta on Monday.
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The memo:

  • The latest FEC filings show that almost all of Jon Ossoff's and Raphael Warnock's individual contributions came from out-of-state.
  • Over the two-month reporting period, the Georgia Democrats primarily raked in money from California and New York.
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The memo:

  • Judge Leslie Abrams Gardner ruled that two Georgia counties must keep 4,000+ potentially ineligible voters on their respective rolls.
  • Gardner is the sister of Stacey Abrams, who appeared to have an active interest in the outcome of the case.
  • A PAC affiliated with Abrams donated $2.5M last month to a super PAC of the group for which Gardner favorably ruled.
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