Here’s how every DeKalb precinct voted in the 6th (for Jon Ossoff)

2:02 p.m Wednesday, April 19, 2017 DeKalb County
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Democrat Jon Ossoff and Republican Karen Handel are headed to a June 20 runoff for the 6th District seat in U.S. Congress.

Jon Ossoff, the Democrat who led Tuesday’s special election for the 6th District Congressional seat, won every precinct in DeKalb County.

Not that he didn’t have an upper hand facing a crowded pool of Republican contenders. 

Karen Handel, the Republican former Georgia secretary of state, was second in most precincts, as detailed in the Atlanta Journal-Constitution map below. The two now are heading to a June 20 runoff to see who’ll replace Tom Price, who left the seat to be President Donald Trump’s secretary of health and human services.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution has mapped how every neighborhood voted in the 6th District special election.

To see the interactive map, click here.

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Patriot Rider, David Shreckengost talks about two motorcyclists who were involved in an accident as they escorted a bus of World War II veterans on I-20 in DeKalb County. Video by John Spink/AJC
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