Elliott Zaagman from Michigan, front, voted on Super Tuesday in the midst of the beginnings of a global pandemic.
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Elliott Zaagman from Michigan, front, voted on Super Tuesday in the midst of the beginnings of a global pandemic.

Friday on Political Rewind, the primary has been postponed to June 9 so officials can protect poll workers and voters during the coronavirus pandemic. But political campaigns for state and congressional positions on the ballot have not stopped.

So how are candidates campaigning under these challenging circumstances?

And, how will elected officials like President Trump, congressional leaders, Gov. Brian Kemp and others be judged by voters for their performance in responding to the health emergency?

Panelists:

Greg Bluestein – Politics Reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Jim Galloway – Lead Political Writer, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Edward Lindsey – Republican Strategist

State Rep. Mary Margaret-Oliver – (D-Decatur)