Former Trump campaign aide Karen Handel wins Georgia primary

Georgia’s special election to fill a Senate seat is looking to the Republican Party’s top elected official for support, and former Trump campaign chairman Karen Handels opponent is looking for a boost.

Handel is in a tight race against Democrat Jason Carter, a former Georgia state representative who lost his bid for U.S. Senate.

She defeated Carter by a wide margin in April.

Handels campaign was praised by national Republican Party leaders for a campaign that focused on Trump’s policies and messaging, including the birther issue.

In the primary, Handels ran a digital ad that portrayed Carter as a racist and racist, and highlighted her support for Trump and the birter controversy.

In an interview with The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Handel said she did not think Carter had a chance of winning.

“I’m really pleased with the turnout,” Handel told the paper.

“And I think the people of Georgia have a lot to celebrate.

I think they’ve been very, very patient with me.”

She added, “It’s a great day for the party and a great time for the country.

We’re excited to be here.”

Handel’s campaign was founded by former Trump aides and now serves as the official communications arm of the Republican National Committee.

Trump himself is a registered Republican.