Nikki Haley paints her hometown as a place where race was a reality, but not a limitation. But residents say some racial divisions still exist.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Fulton County's partial report on 2020 election interference will be released today. Our panel breaks down what we know about possible future indictments. Plus, culture wars heat up under the Gold Dome. Will Republicans secure a majority to pass these bills into law?
President Biden repeated the phrase "Let's finish the job" in his address — a refrain likely to be heard as his unofficial pitch for a second term in office.
Friday on Political Rewind: The Legislature is picking up steam. Bills that would block a federal website for insurance in favor of a state site, authorize sports betting, and approve a statue of Clarence Thomas are in the air. Meanwhile, a federal judge rules on the mass challenge of Georgia voters.
Monday on Political Rewind: While Democrats secured Georgia's seat in the U.S. Senate, they lost important seats in the state legislature. A special panel of state Democrats weighs in on lessons learned.
Plus, the January 6th Committee could recommend criminal charges in its final meeting today.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Georgia's abortion ban has been ruled unconstitutional by a Fulton County judge. After announcing he'd be running for president in 2024, Donald Trump also sang Herschel Walker's praises publicly. Meanwhile, Democrats sue to restore Saturday early voting ahead of the runoff.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp testifies this morning in the Fulton County probe. Plus, a Trump-backed candidate, Kari Lake, lost her bid to become Arizona’s governor. And as the runoff continues, Warnock and allies are challenging a law that disallows Saturday voting after a holiday.
The Democratic National Committee approved a resolution that will likely upend the party's traditional presidential primary calendar.
Tensions are driven by the still-divisive personality of former President Trump, by issues such as vaccines and mandates and by the prospect of big Republican gains in the elections of 2022 and 2024.
The president continues to cry foul about an election he lost, but he's running out of time and options, as even his own party is beginning to abandon him.
The money came "pouring in" while the president argued the election had been stolen from him. His campaign, the Republican Party and affiliated committees raised more than $200 million in a few weeks.