Fri., October 31, 2014 6:25pm
Inside an Atlanta eatery steeped in civil rights history, former President Bill Clinton told a crowd that a vote for Democrat Michelle Nunn is a "vote on the promise of our future."
Mon., October 27, 2014 5:02pm
Polls claim neither candidates hold a majority of votes in their respective contests.
Tue., October 7, 2014 6:27pm
Governor Nathan Deal and challenger Jason Carter faced off Tuesday, Oct. 7 and so did the candidates for Georgia's U.S. Senate seat at the Georgia National Fair. Mercer University political science professor Chris Grant predicts how they can win their respective races.
Tue., October 7, 2014 6:00am
Politics take center stage at the fairgrounds in Macon as Senate and Gubernatorial candidates are set to debate weeks before the election.
Thu., August 21, 2014 6:10pm
U.S. Senate Candidates Michelle Nunn and David Perdue met on the same stage together for the first time in Macon Thursday. And both Nunn and Perdue spent plenty of time tying each other to political leaders in Washington. During the one-hour forum, Democratic candidate Michelle Nunn repeatedly linked David Perdue to Republican inaction in Congress. One opportunity she was used was immigration reform. “David embraces what I believe is the attitude of gridlock in Washington that has not enabled us to get this done,” said Nunn. Perdue responded not by challenging Nunn’s characterization or defending congressional Republicans, but criticizing the President.
Tue., July 29, 2014 6:15am
The race for Georgia’s open U.S. Senate has been costly. And not just in dollars. One veteran Senator – Saxby Chambliss – is retiring. And three sitting Congressmen will leave Washington at the end of this year because they gave up those posts to run for Chambliss’s seat. That’s a whole lot of Washington know-how. All were card-carrying Georgia fiscal conservatives, but that doesn’t mean they didn’t bring funding back to their districts.