Democrats target black voters as money pours into Georgia House race
Democrats hope Jon Ossoff will emerge from an 18-candidate field in the April 18 primary contest
The seat was previously held by Republican Tom Price, who’s now Trump’s HHS secretary
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee is making a six-figure ad buy on all seven of Atlanta’s black radio stations — as well as those stations’ websites and mobile streaming services — as part of a major push to help Democrat Jon Ossoff emerge from an 18-candidate field in the April 18 contest in the city’s northern suburbs. The radio ad buy also includes five figures on get-out-the-vote ads on Pandora.