Carolyn Meadows at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting of members in Indianapolis. Meadows was elected president of the NRA during a board meeting Monday, April 29, 2019.
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Carolyn Meadows at the National Rifle Association's annual meeting of members in Indianapolis. Meadows was elected president of the NRA during a board meeting Monday, April 29, 2019.

On this edition of Political Rewind, Georgia Democrats ponder their next steps in the effort to unseat David Perdue now that Stacey Abrams announces she won’t make the race.

Former Columbus Mayor Teresa Tomlinson becomes the first Democrat to officially declare her formal candidacy. Who else may join the Democratic contest?

Carolyn Meadows, a long-time power in Georgia Republican politics, has been elected president of the National Rifle Association. Meadows says that she’ll make unseating her own representative in Congress, Lucy McBath, a top priority for 2020.

Plus, Attorney General Chris Carr announces he’ll begin an investigation of sexual abuse claims in the Catholic Church in Georgia.

 

Panelists:

Greg Bluestein -- Lead Political Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Amy Steigerwalt -- Political Science Professor, Georgia State University

Howard Franklin -- Democratic Strategist

Todd Rehm -- Owner/Editor, GaPundit.com