October 3, 2022 8:43 AM
Alan Abramowitz, @AlanIAbramowitz, professor emeritus of political science, Emory University
Fred Smith, @fredosmithjr, professor of Constitutional law, Emory University
Kendra King Momon, professor of politics, associate provost, Oglethorpe University
Patricia Murphy, @MurphyAJC, political reporter and columnist, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
1. Judge rules against Stacey Abrams' Fair Fight Action Group.
Patricia Murphy speaks on the impact of this ruling.
2. The Supreme Court begins its 2022-2023 term.
3. Future of electric vehicle plants could be in jeopardy.
Fred Smith speaks on the political implications if deals for planned electrical vehicle plants fall through.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: The AJC's Tamar Hallerman joins the panel.
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Natalie Mendenhall is a Chicago native who graduated from Wellesley College. She has reported on everything from Hurricane Irma to the Milwaukee Bucks winning the NBA championship. She is excited to tell stories in Georgia's diverse political landscape.
Chase McGee is a Gwinnett County native and graduate of the University of Georgia. He has previously worked on All Things Considered and On Second Thought with Georgia Public Broadcasting and African Perspectives with WUGA. He currently works as a producer with GPB's Political Rewind team.
Monday on Political Rewind: Confirmation hearings begin for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as she closes in on the country's highest court. Meanwhile, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan launches his first TV ads zeroing in on Abrams and calling for a new Republican party. Plus, Koch Industries and Rivian make headlines.
Thursday on Political Rewind: A Fulton County judge rules that state lawmakers can't avoid subpoenas in the special grand jury investigating the 2020 election. Plus, polls show Warnock over Walker by 10 points and a nearly tied gubernatorial race.
Monday on Political Rewind: A judge ruled that U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene can remain on the ballot for reelection. The first major poll to be conducted after the leaked SCOTUS Roe v. Wade opinion suggests that if the ruling holds, Republicans may face backlash in this year's elections. But first, Kia's parent company announced it would open its second factory in Georgia.
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