Speaker Paul RyanPaul RyanDems, not trusting Trump, want permanent ObamaCare fix Kudlow: Trump's tax plan 'a home run' Samantha Bee roasts Trump at mock correspondents' dinner MORE (R-Wis.) will head to Georgia to campaign alongside GOP candidate Karen Handel in the much-watched House special election, Politico reported Wednesday.
Ryan will stump alongside Handel sometime in the next few weeks, a Ryan political aide told Politico Wednesday.
Handel will face off against Democrat Jon Ossoff in a June runoff race to fill the seat of Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price.
Both parties will now coalesce around their candidate in the final race, which is being cast as an early sign of what's to come in 2018 and a measure of backlash against President Trump.
Ossoff, who raised a massive $8 million for the primary, is continuing to rake in donations.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee will reportedly also contribute $500,000 to promoting Ossoff on TV.
Politico reported that the Congressional Leadership Fund, a super PAC that has already spent about $3 million attacking Ossoff, is also planning additional investments in the race.