The district spans affluent and increasingly diverse suburbs north of Atlanta.
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Across town, a boisterous crowd dominated by millennials chants "Flip the 6th!"
The former congressional staffer turned investigative filmmaker sticks to his practice of not naming President Donald Trump but tells backers "politics does not have to be about fear and hate and deception and division".
The metaphorical weight this election carries for many might explain why so much money and attention has been poured into election, including a deluge of anti-Ossoff tweets all originating from one source, and out-of-context soundbites of President Barack Obama.
Insiders from both parties speculated that it might but conceded they had no data to go on.
Handel, meanwhile, has embraced her long ties to state and local Republicans, a point she has played up repeatedly as she has jeered Ossoff for living outside the district.
If you live in District 6 and have not voted yet, tomorrow, Election Day, is your only chance to do so.
Donald Trump gave Karen Handel such a awful endorsement that he didn't leave enough room in his tweet to include her full name.
But even with that pedigree, Trump barely edged Democrat Hillary Clinton in November, giving Ossoff his opening once Price was confirmed. Ossoff has not taken those positions. About 81 percent said they considered health care policy to be extremely or very important. It would also give progressives who pumped $23 million into Ossoff's campaign something to celebrate.
There are less than 24 hours left before voters head to the polls in the 6 District Congressional Race.
Missouri's Jason Kander had perhaps the most notable campaign ad of 2016 during his failed bid for the U.S. Senate.
The ad urges voters to support Handel, accusing the "unhinged left" of cheering for the death of conservatives.
Handel supports the Republican plan that cleared the House last month. "And that's why we're so focused on getting out the vote", Ossoff said. "You have a national tragedy that has united people".
The reality, says Ossoff backer Dodoo Saakwa-Mante, is that no one knows who'll win or what it actually means for Washington.
"My values are being threatened", Becker said, mentioning health care access, abortion rights and voting rights, "and now we have something we can do". SOUNDBITE: KAREN HANDEL, REPUBLICAN CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE, SAYING: "We are going to rock Nancy Pelosi's world".
In another sign of the race's importance, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy is out campaigning with Handel Monday before Tuesday's election. More recent polls have shown a tighter race.
The final push is on in the closely watched race for Georgia's sixth congressional district. Both sides have placed major emphasis on turning out voters who participated in Georgia's presidential primaries previous year but did not vote in April - and there are more Republicans than Democrats in that pool of potential voters.