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  2. Mentored by civil rights legend Congressman John Lewis, Jon previously worked as a national security aide in Congress and as an investigative journalist.In the U.S. Senate, Jon continues his work fighting for the people and exposing the abuse of power.Jon is a graduate of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service (Bachelor of Science) and the London School of Economics (Master of Science).

  3. U.S. Senate: U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff

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    OSSOFF, Thomas Jonathan (Jon), a Senator from Georgia; born in Atlanta, Ga., February 16, 1987; graduated The Paideia School, Atlanta, Ga., 2005; B.S., Georgetown University School of Foreign Service, 2009; MSc, London School of Economics, 2013; legislative assistant for foreign affairs and defense policy to Georgia Representative Hank Johnson, 2007-2012; investigative journalist, producer of anti-corruption investigations and investigations of war crimes, CEO of Insight TWI 2013-2021;

  4. Jon Ossoff (@ossoff) / Twitter

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    Jon Ossoff, Georgia’s Democratic U.S. senator, and Tim Echols, the Republican vice chair of the state’s utilities regulator, have teamed up to create a coalition of experts and business leaders to... 3 28 124 Jon Ossoff Retweeted Augusta Chronicle @AUG_Chronicle · Jan 19 Sen. Jon Ossoff secures $250 million for broadband expansion

  5. Jon Ossoff - Wikipedia

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    Thomas Jonathan Ossoff ( / ˈɒsɒf / OSS-off; born February 16, 1987) is an American politician serving as the senior United States senator from Georgia since 2021. A member of the Democratic Party, Ossoff was previously a documentary filmmaker and investigative journalist .

  6. Contact - U.S. Senator for Georgia Jon Ossoff

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    Contact - U.S. Senator for Georgia Jon Ossoff Contact Request a meeting or speaking engagement. Jobs and Internships See our current opportunities. Offices Atlanta, GA: 470-786-7800 Columbus, GA: 706-780-7053 Washington D.C.: 202-224-3521 Atlanta, Georgia 271 17th Street NW Suite 1510 Atlanta, GA 30363 Phone: 470-786-7800 Fax: 404-949-0912

  7. Jon Ossoff | Congress.gov | Library of Congress

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    Sponsor: Ossoff, Jon [Sen.-D-GA] (Introduced 01/26/2023) Cosponsors: ( 1 ) Latest Action: Senate - 01/26/2023 Submitted in the Senate, considered, and agreed to without amendment and with a preamble by Unanimous Consent. (consideration: CR S127-128; text: CR S124) ( All Actions ) Tracker: Agreed to in Senate BILL 3.

  8. Sen. Ossoff Working to Expand Georgia’s Protected Public ...

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    Sen. Ossoff continues championing efforts to protect Georgia’s natural resources 46% of all Georgia hunters and anglers visit the Dugdown Corridor 3 million people visit the Chattahoochee-Oconee National Forest each year Washington, D.C. — U.S. Senator Jon Ossoff is working to protect Georgia’s forests and expand public lands. Sen. Ossoff is working to expand the Dugdown Mountain […]

  9. In the Senate Jon Ossoff is working to deliver historic investments in clean energy and infrastructure, to build this economy so working families and small businesses thrive, and to root out corruption so government serves the people — not private interests with legions of lobbyists.

  10. Jon Ossoff is a Georgia native, media executive, investigative journalist, and small business owner. Jon and his wife Alisha, an OB/GYN physician, both grew up in Atlanta. Since 2013, Jon has served as the CEO of Insight TWI, a now 30-year old media production company that investigates corruption, organized crime, and war crimes for international news organizations.

  11. Grassley, Ossoff Introduce Justice for Murder Victims Act

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    WASHINGTON – Senate Judiciary Committee members Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) Jon Ossoff (D-Ga.) today reintroduced the Justice for Murder Victims Act.Their bipartisan proposal seeks to eliminate the 13th century “year-and-a-day” rule, which prohibits homicide prosecutions if the victim died more than a year-and-a-day from the date of the defendant’s assault.