Craig Nelson is a former international correspondent for The Associated Press, the Sydney (Australia) Morning-Herald, Cox Newspapers and The Wall Street Journal. He also served as foreign editor for The National (Abu Dhabi) and as the Journal’s Kabul bureau chief and London-based Africa and Middle East editor.
Georgia’s secretary of state campaigns in Savannah for the state’s besieged voting system
In a sign of tumult to come in next year’s elections in Georgia, more than a dozen Chatham County voters took the lectern at a board of elections meeting to demand it scrap the county’s voting machines.
U.S. Rep. Buddy Carter enters his two debates with his Democratic challenger Wade Herring as a confident candidate. But Herring is his most formidable and well-funded general election opponent since first running for Congress in 2014.
This Friday, Sen. Raphael Warnock and his Republican challenger, Herschel Walker, face off in a much anticipated, one-hour debate in front of a live, by-invitation-only audience at the JW Marriott at Savannah’s Plant Riverside. The upcoming broadcast is set to bring the eyes of America after intense back-and-forth negotiations between the candidates.
Georgia’s officials — especially those on the ballot next month — took pains to be seen and heard as Ian neared.