Chase McGee is a Gwinnett County native and graduate of the University of Georgia. He has previously worked on All Things Considered and On Second Thought with Georgia Public Broadcasting and African Perspectives with WUGA. He currently works as a producer with GPB's Political Rewind team.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Georgia's members of Congress are anticipating President Biden's State of the Union address tonight, signaling which issues are important to them based on guests they invite. Meanwhile, Georgia Senate leaders call for an investigation into a trip to Europe with taxpayer funds.
Monday on Political Rewind: Republican legislators proposed bills that would make it easier to remove what they call "corrupt prosecutors" from district attorney's offices. Meanwhile, the DNC approved a new primary calendar that moves Georgia's earlier — though Gov. Brian Kemp previously said he wouldn't support the move.
Friday on Political Rewind: The Legislature is picking up steam. Bills that would block a federal website for insurance in favor of a state site, authorize sports betting, and approve a statue of Clarence Thomas are in the air. Meanwhile, a federal judge rules on the mass challenge of Georgia voters.
Thursday on Political Rewind: On a special edition of the show, host Bill Nigut welcomes investigative journalists Alan Judd and Willoughby Mariano to the show to discuss their series "Dangerous Dwellings," an investigation into rundown apartment complexes and their effects on residents.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The CEO of DeKalb County and Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens announced yesterday that they had reached a deal that would begin the development of the Atlanta Police Training Center. Plus, community input is open on the proposal to mine in the Okefenokee swamp.