Fri., November 14, 2014 1:42pm
Kemp says if voters in the southeast cast ballots on the same day they will have more influence in the election process.
Mon., November 3, 2014 10:40am
Tuesday is decision day in Macon as voters head to the polls in state elections and Macon-Bibb Commissioners vote over Mercer University's plan to grow.
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."
Fri., October 24, 2014 12:54pm
Congressman John Barrow is trying to hold onto his seat by seeking voters outside of his party.
Fri., September 5, 2014 7:45pm
Two of Georgia’s gubernatorial candidates, Republican Gov. Nathan Deal, and Democrat Jason Carter, have made national headlines. But there’s also a third candidate, Libertarian Andrew Hunt. Hunt has received much less publicity but may play a critical role. He is an Atlanta engineer with 50 patents who was CEO of a nanotech firm. Hunt says there’s not enough diversity among elected officials. Occupational diversity, that is. Notably, both Deal and Carter are attorneys. According to recent polls, Hunt is drawing about 6 percent of the vote in the race, which appears likely to go to a runoff. GPB News reporter Jeanne Bonner sat down with Hunt to talk about the upcoming election, his plans for education, and the value of a candidate that isn’t a career politician.
Fri., August 8, 2014 6:53am
In an email to the heads of Georgia’s state agencies, Governor Nathan Deal’s Chief of Staff, Chris Riley, announced Friday that he and two other top staffers will take a leave of absence to work on the Governor’s reelection campaign.
Thu., July 17, 2014 12:40pm
Candidates only have a few more days to sway voters their way ahead of Tuesday’s primary run off for State School Superintendent. Despite Georgia’s status as a red state, Democrats Alisha Thomas Morgan and Valarie Wilson both believe they have a good shot at winning in November.
Fri., January 17, 2014 11:45am
Friday, state lawmakers cast the final vote needed to move Georgia’s primary election from July to May. The House vote was nearly unanimous—159 to one—to move up Georgia’s primary. Lawmakers chose May 20 to coincide with federal races after a U.S. District Court judge ruled the state needed to allow more time for military and other citizens overseas to cast their ballots.
Thu., December 19, 2013 11:20am
U.S. Congressman Jack Kingston is not taking back his remarks that students on free and reduced school lunch should have to pay or “sweep the floor” for their meals. Kingston, who is running for U.S. Senate, made those comments over the weekend to the Jackson County Republican Party. A video of Kingston’s talk has gone viral after The Huffington Post uploaded it to its website Wednesday.
Thu., November 7, 2013 11:25am
State Senator Jason Carter’s announcement that he is running for governor in 2014 is already having a ripple effect on the ballot. Former state Senator Connie Stokes announced she will drop out of that race to make room for Carter’s campaign.