A photo of Sen. Raphael Warnock and challenger Herschel Walker.

Sen. Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker have agreed to debate in Savannah.

Credit: Associated Press

The Panel: 

Amy Steigerwalt, @DrSteigerwalt, professor of political science, Georgia State University          

Greg Bluestein,@bluestein, political reporter, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Kurt Young, @kurtbyoung, professor of political science, Clark Atlanta University


The Breakdown: 

1. Sen. Raphael Warnock and Herschel Walker are closer to getting on the debate stage together.

  • Warnock's campaign has agreed to three debates, including one at GPB-TV
  • Walker's campaign is trying to get Warnock to appear at a separate debate in Savannah. 


2. Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan says he will not endorse the Republican nominee for lieutenant governor Burt Jones. 

  •  Duncan says Jones' campaign has not asked him for an endorsement. 

    • But Duncan says he will not offer one because Jones is an election denier.   


3. Video fills in details on alleged Coffee County system breach.

  • Records show that a team of computer experts traveled to the rural South Georgia county to copy software and data from elections equipment in the months after the presidential election. 

    • New video shows they were met outside by the head of the local Republican Party, who was involved in efforts by then-President Donald Trump to overturn his election loss.

LISTEN: Greg Bluestein on the latest in Sidney Powell's attempt to obtain voter information in Coffee County.

4. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi visits Atlanta ahead of midterms. 

  • U.S. Rep. Nikema Williams and Pelosi held a roundtable conversation with leaders from Atlanta’s Sweet Auburn neighborhood last week. 

LISTEN: Kurt Young on America's history of segregating and isolating communities with infrastructure.

Thursday on Political Rewind:  Kevin Riley, editor for the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, joins our panel.