Gas up the van, Alyssa Milano! Look who’s apparently gearing up to try for a comeback:
Jon Ossoff considering GA SEN bid in 2020, holding town hall meetings in rural parts of the state – https://t.co/mNhX3gDDD8
— Reid Wilson (@PoliticsReid) December 14, 2018
Since losing that epic contest last year, Ossoff has tried to keep up his profile. He crisscrossed Atlanta’s suburbs to support legislative candidates, including several who worked on his campaign.
He’s called on Abrams to challenge Perdue in two years though he hasn’t ruled out his own bid. And he penned a lengthy op-ed in The Guardian newspaper, criticizing the $1 million that Nuclear Matters has spent in support of a Republican incumbent in the race for Public Service Commission.
Ossoff was dodgy about direct questions about his next step, saying he would “think really carefully” before making up his mind.
Oh, we’re sure he will.
Please shoot me. https://t.co/ICWHJVgd6v
— America’s Butt Plug (@GayPatriot) December 14, 2018
No, no! This could be a legit comedy gold mine. If anything, we need to encourage Jon Ossoff to run.
— Patrick Ruffini (@PatrickRuffini) December 14, 2018
I’m here for the Ossoff-Abrams primary. https://t.co/82Y7k03wfR
— Brandon Finnigan (@B_M_Finnigan) December 14, 2018
It’s gonna be lit, y’all.
HELL YEAH https://t.co/Ji1tc7xy30
— Comfortably Smug (@ComfortablySmug) December 14, 2018
— Liz Mair (@LizMair) December 14, 2018
Hey, that’s true! But why stop at the Senate?
This is ridiculous. He should run for president. https://t.co/9tNm5ws4au
— David Harsanyi (@davidharsanyi) December 14, 2018