Wednesday on Political Rewind: A Korean solar panel manufacturer will open a $2.5 billion plant near Cartersville, adding to the list of clean energy businesses in Georgia. Stacey Abrams says she'll run for public office again on a talk show appearance. And we discuss classified documents in Biden's office.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger is calling for an end to Georgia's runoffs. Stacey Abrams gave her first public interview after the election. And texts between Mark Meadows and Georgia Republicans show unfounded conspiracy theories. #gapol
Wednesday on Political Rewind: For the past four decades, The Carter Center has worked to ensure election integrity in more than 100 countries. But recently, its work has focused on domestic elections as conspiracy theories become more mainstream. Carter Center CEO Paige Alexander joins our special Wednesday panel.
Tuesday at 2 p.m. on Political Rewind: After hours of voting, the secretary of state's office reports very few issues statewide. By tonight, most races will be settled, but at least one race could head into a runoff. Our panel sees how campaigns are ending and what role Georgia may play on the national stage.
Monday on Political Rewind: It's finally Election Week in Georgia. Herschel Walker campaigned at UGA's home game Saturday, but he may not attend a Kemp campaign rally tonight with the GOP ticket. Sen. Warnock is rallying a hometown audience in Savannah as Stacey Abrams campaigns in metro Atlanta. Plus, David Ralston steps down as Speaker of the House.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Over 2 million Georgians have already voted. Our panel weighs in on who has access to the polls. Plus, Georgia's U.S. Senate race could determine who has the majority. Meanwhile: Emails show Trump lawyers hoped Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas would assist in a voter fraud case in Georgia.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Georgians are on pace to hit 2 million votes today during the early voting period. The Abrams and Kemp campaigns report massive amounts of money raised in a final report. Plus, the Supreme Court ruled that Sen. Lindsey Graham must testify in Fulton County. Meanwhile, conspiracy theories spread after Paul Pelosi was attacked in his home.
The former president implored people to avoid "tuning out" in the midterm elections and vote for Democrats to tackle issues like inflation currently facing America.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: 1 million Georgians already made their voices heard during the first eight days of early voting. Plus, Hyundai broke ground for a new electric vehicle plant near Savannah. Gov. Brian Kemp touted it as a win for his economic strategy. Meanwhile, Herschel Walker teams up with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A record number of Georgians are already casting their ballots. This comes as President Biden says he'll prioritize codifying Roe v. Wade into law if Democrats take control of Congress. Meanwhile, Georgia's restrictive abortion law was a central theme in the debate for attorney general.
Monday on Political Rewind: Early voting opens today across Georgia, as candidates have spent months and millions trying to win races. Balloting also comes just a few days after Warnock and Walker faced off in Savannah while tonight Stacey Abrams and Gov. Brian Kemp take the debate stage.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Our panel looks at polled responses in yesterday's poll from GPB News, the AJC, and the Georgia News Collaborative. Voters were asked about a variety of hot-button issues. Plus, a new poll from Quinnipiac says the governor's race is too close to call.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A new poll from GPB News and the Georgia News Collaborative shows Walker and Warnock nearly tied, but recent controversies might have an impact on the outcome in November. The poll also shows Abrams trailing Kemp by double digits and republicans leading down-ballot races.
Monday on Political Rewind: An Atlanta federal judge has rejected Fair Fight Action's claims of voter suppression in the 2018 election. Plus, the Supreme Court's new session starts today amidst low confidence in the institution. And are the future Rivian and Hyundai plants in jeopardy?
Wednesday on Political Rewind: As the incumbent governor, Brian Kemp is running a tight campaign based on what he's accomplished over the last four years. Kemp campaign communications director Cody Hall joins the panel to break down their strategy for a rematch against Stacey Abrams.