Monday on Political Rewind: It's Election Day in Georgia. Will the U.S. Senate race go into a runoff? Will the Abrams campaign prove the polls wrong? Will Republicans sweep down-ballot races? Our panel watches the polls in our first of two Election Day shows.
A judge has agreed to extend the deadline to return absentee ballots for voters in a suburban Atlanta county who didn’t receive their ballots because election officials failed to mail them,
Before you plan to vote in Georgia — whether by mail, early in person or on Election Day — it's always a good idea to check the state's My Voter Page to ensure your information is correct.
Over half of all absentee ballots in Fulton County were returned using drop boxes, according to an analysis of more than 1,500 absentee drop box forms submitted from the November election.
The Georgia Secretary of State's office said they will audit a random sample of absentee ballot envelopes in Cobb County from the November general election and the June 9 primary as part of an investigation that local officials mishandled the process.
Election experts say there is no longer enough time to ensure ballots sent through the mail will be delivered in time. They're encouraging voters to deliver their ballots by hand or vote in person.
Wednesday on Political Rewind, we discuss the latest on a slate of crucial elections in Georgia as early voting numbers show record turnout. Only two days into the in-person early voting period, more than 10% of the state’s registered voters have already cast their ballots, either in person or absentee.
And yesterday, in Georgia's 6th Congressional District race, Democrat Rep. Lucy McBath and Republican challenger Karen Handel met in a tumultuous debate. Polling is tight between the two just three weeks from Election Day. We also touch on the 7th Congressional District race between Democrat Carolyn Bourdeaux and Republican Rich McCormick for the seat of Republican Rep. Rob Woodall, who decided not to seek re-election.
Georgians planning to vote by mail in the Nov. 3 general election have a new way to track the status of their absentee ballots after requesting one.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger’s office has launched a new online tracking system called BallotTrax that lets voters sign up for text or email alerts on their ballot status.
Today on Political Rewind, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says his office is investigating 1,000 Georgians accused of voting twice in the June 9 primary election. Democrats say Raffensperger is blaming voters for foul-ups in the chaotic June election process.
And President Donald Trump takes aim at social equity measures. How do the president’s statements and policy actions play into his campaign strategy courting white voters?
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.
Visit https://ballotrequest.sos.ga.gov/ and apply for your absentee ballot early and easily.
As concerns mount over an increase in absentee-by-mail voting, a lawsuit seeks to change the deadline for Georgians to return their ballot.
Voting by mail is easier now across the U.S. Officials in Pennsylvania's Lehigh Valley, a swing region in a critical state, are making changes to manage the time-consuming process of counting ballots.
The House Governmental Affairs Committee approved a bill Wednesday that would prevent state and county elections officials from sending vote-by-mail...
Nearly two-thirds of Georgia’s 159 counties have approved more absentee ballot requests for the June 9 primary than the total number of votes cast in...