The nation's top intelligence official caused a stir last month when he canceled face-to-face updates for Congress. The Senate and House intelligence committees say he's agreed to resume them.
Today on Political Rewind, we looked at the integrity of the voting process. While there have been a handful of controversies in the past, particularly when the popular vote and the Electoral College are at odds, modern distrust in our elections is fueled by concerns of voter suppression, outside influences and, most recently, the reliability of absentee voting. What does it mean when the credibility of our election is in question – before it even takes place?
Monday on Political Rewind, Georgia’s voting precincts might be required to have paper copies of voter registration and other information on hand in the upcoming election, according to a federal judge.
Friday on Political Rewind, we continue our look at the important Georgia Senate races at play in the November elections.
And new polling from Landmark Communications is only the latest data revealing the shape of Georgia’s electoral map.
Thursday on Political Rewind, a look at Georgia’s top races with just eight weeks left before the November election.
While Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden is polling strongly across the country and in Georgia, President Donald Trump maintains a solid lead in Georgia, according to recent polling. Biden recently invested in more staff here, hiring 10 new workers.
Tuesday on Political Rewind, there are eight weeks before the 2020 elections. Where do the political parties stand in this last stretch of the campaign?
Biden is signaling he is invested in Georgia. Recently, his campaign announced the hiring of 10 new staffers. While the state has backed Republicans in recent decades, current polling shows a tight race between presidential campaigns.
The share of female donors has surged to more than 43% this year, and it could make a big difference in some of this year's closest political races.
Thursday on Political Rewind, an encore presentation of our interview with historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin. As the 2020 presidential race continues to dominate headlines, our conversation on presidential leadership is as important as ever.
Goodwin said that while she began researching her book long before Donald Trump appeared on the political landscape, her book has great relevance today.
Two months before Election Day, one in nine Georgia voters have already applied to vote by mail.
Wednesday on Political Rewind, a new poll shows that President Donald Trump is gaining support from Georgia voters in the aftermath of the Democratic and Republican conventions. We spoke to the pollster who conducted that survey and look at the issues driving the election in the state right now.
Harris has often been caught between two groups: law enforcement and progressive activists. In recent years, she has been outspoken about systemic change to policing and criminal justice in America.
Tuesday on Political Rewind, the latest data suggests a positive turn in Georgia’s fight against the COVID-19 pandemic. Rates of new infections are down, according to the latest data from the state Department of Public Health. Meanwhile, however, public health experts warn the number of infections per capita remains high.
We took a look at the uncertain picture, and attempted to assess the coronavirus situation in Georgia.
Monday on Political Rewind, activists have been discussing the role of police in society for a long time. But recent police violence across the country has given the movement to change policing new momentum.
While polls show that the majority of Americans are now sympathetic to the Black Lives Matter movement, many are skeptical of calls to defund police. But what would it mean to defund and redistribute police budgets, as some activists endorse?
Friday on Political Rewind, a crowd of more than 1,000 cheering Republicans crowded together on the South Lawn of the White House. President Donald Trump accepted the GOP nomination for president.
Meanwhile, Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris struck back, saying that the violence and the faltering economy are all taking place on the president’s watch.
We reviewed the convention with our panel of political insiders.
Thursday on Political Rewind, the news does not stop as the Republican National Convention goes on. Will tonight’s speakers address the demonstrations in Kenosha, Wisconsin? Ongoing protests in the Midwest and around the country are demanding change following continue police violence against people of color.
On the third night of the convention, Republicans heard from Vice President Mike Pence who warned the election of Joe Biden would lead to a breakdown of “law and order.” Pence said Trump would “make American great again — again.”