Sixth District voting pool hasn’t changed much since Donald Trump’s election

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Voters brandish their Georgia voting stickers after leaving the Cobb County main elections office. Henry Taylor, henry.taylor@ajc.com

Our AJC colleague Kristina Torres has latched on to some of the few solid numbers surrounding next Tuesday’s balloting in the Sixth District congressional race:

Millions of dollars, hundreds of volunteers and dozens of national pundits have all made Tuesday’s 6th Congressional District special election a must-watch race nationally, but the one thing missing may be the most important:

 

Crowds of new voters stirred by President Donald Trump’s victory in November.

 

An analysis of state voter data by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows that voter registration in the northern Atlanta suburbs that form the district has barely budged since the November presidential election.

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