Monday on Political Rewind: We speak with a giant of Georgia politics — former United States Sen. Sam Nunn.
We discuss Nunn’s career and ask him about how the Senate has devolved from an important deliberative body into a toxic partisan stew. What are the statemen’s thoughts on President Donald Trump and his efforts to forestall the outcome of the presidential election?
Friday on Political Rewind: The extraordinary hand recount of some 5 million presidential ballots has confirmed that Democratic challenger Joe Biden won Georgia and won its 16 electoral votes. Biden becomes the first Democratic presidential candidate to win Georgia since 1992.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger, who later certified the election results today, joined our panel.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The spotlight remains focused on Georgia following the election as two crucial Senate races head to a January runoff. Influential figures are expected to make appearances here in the next nine weeks in the lead up to the Jan. 5 runoff elections, and Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is responding to criticism from Georgia Republicans over his handling of the November election in the state. He received calls for his resignation by Sens. Loeffler and Perdue.
Our panel of experts and insiders break down the latest news.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Today, the U.S. Supreme Court hears arguments in a case that challenges if the Affordable Care Act is constitutional. Georgia, among several other states, joined the federal government in challenging the legality of Obamacare as health care for hundreds of thousands of Georgians — and millions of Americans — could be at stake today.
Monday on Political Rewind: With Georgia still counting votes, Joe Biden seems to have won the state, though its 16 electoral votes weren't needed for him to be declared the president-elect.
Friday afternoon on Political Rewind: The margins remain close in Georgia’s ballot count. Overnight, Democratic challenger Joe Biden saw absentee ballots from metro counties propel him ahead of President Donald Trump.
But will his lead remain? Our panel takes a look at the latest.
Friday on Political Rewind: Biden pulls ahead with a narrow lead as ballot counting continues.
The race is still too close to call, and thousands of ballots have yet to been processed. The nation continues to watch Georgia’s returns as the state takes on new significance in the race for the White House this year.
Stocks have traditionally done well with a Democrat in the White House and Congress under Republican control.
Thursday afternoon on Political Rewind: Eyes watch Georgia from around the country as the counting of ballots continues. Less than 5% of the state's record 1.3 million absentee-by-mail votes cast in the election still needs to be processed and tabulated, and President Trump's lead grows slimmer by the hour.
In the race for Senate, the possibility of both Georgia's seats heading to runoff also increases as counting continues.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Georgia is poised to play a decisive role in the outcome of the race between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
Republicans win tough contests in South Carolina, Iowa, Texas and Montana. Democrats flip seats in Colorado and Arizona, but their path to a majority is uphill.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The race for president in Georgia remains too close to call. As votes continue to be counted, the state appears poised to play a crucial role in determining whether President Donald Trump or former Vice President Joe Biden will win the White House.
Tuesday afternoon on Political Rewind: Election Day plows along, and casting ballots has been smoother than expected. With more than 4 million people in Georgia who have voted early, voting lines are few and far between, and there's little disruption to Election Day voters casting their votes — an unexpected turn of events, as election officials previously warned of millions of voters showing up to the polls.
Tuesday morning on Political Rewind: Polling places are open across Georgia for the final day of voting in the 2020 general election. More than 53% of Georgians cast their ballots early, but election officials caution that lines in many places could be long as up to 2 million voters may show up to vote today.
Last-minute visits to the state by President Donald Trump on Sunday and former President Barack Obama are just the latest suggestion that Georgia is hotly contested.
The Nevada Republican Party and Trump campaign alleged they could not observe the counting process closely enough. The judge ruled they failed to provide evidence that votes were improperly counted.