A man reviews a ballot.
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Monday on Political Rewind: Seven months after the 2020 presidential election, the outcome in Georgia is still being contested by those convinced a myriad of conspiracies stole the election from Donald Trump. A court case today will determine whether plaintiffs have the right to have Fulton County absentee ballots examined for fraud.

A weekend New York Times article describes how Georgia’s new election law may purge minority Democratic election officials from local boards.

Also: What happens to students in Atlanta's public school system if Buckhead breaks away from the city? The effort to secede is more complicated than it may appear.


Dr. Alan Abramowitz — Professor of Political Science, Emory University

Rene Alegria — President and CEO, Mundo Hispanico

Dr. Adrienne Jones — Professor of Political Science and Pre-law Director, Morehouse College

Jim Galloway — Former Political Columnist, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution