18 qualify to replace Tom Price in Congress

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ATLANTA — A crowded field of 18 qualified to run for the open sixth congressional district seat.

The seat was vacated by Tom Price, a Republican appointed by President Trump to serve as Secretary of Health and Human Services. The special election will be held April 18.

The 11 Republicans who qualified are:

  • David Abroms
  • Mohammad Ali Bhuiyan
  • Keith Grawert
  • Bob Gray
  • Karen Handel
  • Judson Hill
  • Amy Kremer
  • Bruce LeVell
  • William Llop
  • Dan Moody
  • Kurt Wilson

The five Democrats who qualified are:

  • Ragin Edwards
  • Richard Keatley
  • Jon Ossoff
  • Rebecca Quigg
  • Ron Slotin

The two independent candidates are:

  • Alexander Hernandez
  • Andre Pollard

 

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