Rose Scott

WABE co-host of “Closer Look”

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Co-host of “Closer Look” on NPR member station WABE in Atlanta.

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The race between Democrat John Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel is seen as a window into next year’s midterms and whether Democrats can gain control of the House.

Will white women and African Americans be key to Georgia congressional race?

The race between Democrat John Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel is seen as a window into next year’s midterms and whether Democrats can gain control of the House.

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