Two Georgia Republicans running for a chance to defeat Democratic U.S. Rep. John Barrow have agreed to participate in four primary debates. Debates will be held in Augusta, Statesboro, Dublin and Douglas.
Secretary of State Brian Kemp is declaring September as Voter Registration Month in Georgia. Kemp said in a statement this week that he is working with various officials to make eligible voters aware of registration deadlines and requirements for the upcoming general election on Nov. 5.
Fulton County elections officials say they're working to resolve voter roll discrepancies ahead of local elections. At least four cities have reported that voters are listed in the wrong district or the wrong city or are not listed on voter rolls at all.
A Savannah Republican is pulling the plug on his congressional campaign barely two months after entering the 2014 race for the seat being vacated by U.S. Rep. Jack Kingston. David Schwarz, a former Kingston aide and consultant, said Monday he's suspending his campaign.
An ex-U.S. Army Ranger has announced plans to run for the U.S. Senate seat being left vacant by Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss. Todd Robinson told the Columbus Ledger-Enquirer Tuesday that he's seeking the Democratic nomination.
U.S. Senate hopeful Michelle Nunn plans a two-week, 10-city tour around Georgia as Democrats try to reclaim Saxby Chambliss's seat in 2014. Nunn is scheduled to appear Wednesday in Macon, with stops later this week in Columbus, Albany and Valdosta.
Democrat Michelle Nunn says she is running for the U.S. Senate from Georgia in 2014. Nunn, the daughter of former U.S. Sen. Sam Nunn of Georgia, said Monday evening that she is seeking the seat being vacated by Republican Sen. Saxby Chambliss. She said she will file official paperwork Tuesday.
Two sitting congressmen have the largest campaign accounts less than a year before the Republican U.S. Senate primary. But it's Rep. Jack Kingston who has set the pace for new fundraising in the first six months of the year.
Former President Jimmy Carter will be discussing U.S. election reform at the Carter Center Wednesday. Then the Office for Democratic Institutions and Human Rights will presenting its final report for improving the U.S. electoral process.
Three U.S. House seats in Georgia up for grabs in the 2014 elections are already drawing crowded fields of candidates with one major exception: So far, no Democrats have declared for any of the races. A total of 16 Republican candidates have launched campaigns for the open House seats.