It seemed like a chance for Ossoff to ride Warnock’s coattails a bit; among the illustrious past members of A.P.A.
We spoke in early December, as Yang knocked on doors in southwest Atlanta with Martin Luther King III.
At two of the first five homes they visited, people told King that they had been his childhood playmates.
In between stops, Yang pulled up a CNN op-ed on his phone, which argued that Democrats should treat the races as national campaigns.
Let’s win this one.”“We gonna win it,” the man said.