Wednesday on Political Rewind: Rudy Giuliani will appear before the Fulton Co. special grand jury today. He'll likely be questioned about his election fraud claims at the State Capitol. Plus, Liz Cheney lost her primary to a Trump-endorsed candidate, and what that means for Georgia.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Less than 48 hours before his scheduled testimony, Rudy Giuliani was informed that he's a target of the Fulton County special grand jury. Meanwhile, state GOP legislators look to expand Medicaid, a frequent state Democrat talking point.
Monday on Political Rewind: Barring another delay, Rudy Giuliani is scheduled to appear before the Fulton Co. special grand jury this week. Plus, Abrams proposes legalizing gambling to fund education. But first, a federal judge rejects Lindsey Graham's appeal in a Fulton County probe. #gapol
Wednesday on Political Rewind: As both Kemp and Abrams turn to economic issues, Kemp plans to unveil a tax refund for Georgians, funded by the state's surplus. And while much about the Mar-a-Lago search is unknown, GOP figures nationwide are using it to motivate their base. But first, Greg Bluestein provides a breaking update from the Abrams campaign.
Today on Political Rewind: The three men who murdered Ahmaud Arbery will face a judge again today. Plus, Sen. Raphael Warnock's push to cap insulin at $35 monthly for everyone is blocked by Republicans. Also, the ACLU's challenge to Georgia's six-week abortion ban heads to court today.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Stacey Abrams launches a counteroffensive to Brian Kemp's unrelenting TV attack ads, which allege that she would defund law enforcement. Plus, partisan efforts are fueled by Music Midtown's cancellation. And elections nationwide hint at Trump's enduring influence.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Music Midtown has been canceled, allegedly because of Georgia's gun laws. Plus, the State Department of Revenue will allow Georgians to claim embryos on income tax deductions. Meanwhile, Tamar Hallerman provides an update on the latest in the Fulton County probe.
Monday on Political Rewind: Former U.S. Rep. Buddy Darden joins the panel as we discuss nationwide inflation. Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp attempts to tie Stacey Abrams to President Biden's economic policies. But Abrams isn't backing away from Biden, despite his low approval ratings. Plus, the State Ethics Commission investigates Abrams' 2018 campaign.
Friday on Political Rewind: After claiming the 2020 election was rigged, Republicans are mobilizing election volunteers and disputing individual voter registrations statewide. Plus, teachers are better-paid this school year, but they face new restrictions on teaching race and gender.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The CEO of Daniel Defense claimed his company bore no responsibility for its use in the Uvalde shooting. Instead, he blamed an "erosion of personal responsibility." Plus, a majority of Georgians oppose the new abortion law and many say they'll vote accordingly.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A new poll from the Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows 78% of Georgians think the country is headed in the wrong direction. Polls also show Kemp over Abrams and Warnock over Walker. Plus, state Republicans are challenging voter registrations and training poll volunteers statewide.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: A judge ruled that Fani Willis cannot investigate state Sen. Burt Jones in the Fulton County special grand jury investigating the 2020 election. Plus, courts have upheld subpoenas for false electors and Rep. Jody Hice. Meanwhile, Rep. Buddy Carter voted against codifying gay marriage.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Sixteen GOP electors who sent false documents to the Library of Congress received target letters from the Fulton County special grand jury. Plus, Walker's campaign changes tactics, driven by new advisors. Meanwhile, there was a hearing on distributing water at polling places.
Monday on Political Rewind: The Fulton County election probe issued letters to state Sen. Burt Jones and Georgia GOP chair David Shafer informing them that they could face criminal charges. House Speaker David Ralston was called to testify last week as Sen. Lindsey Graham looks to avoid the stand.
Friday on Political Rewind: According to the New York Times, just 13% of Americans believe the country is headed in the right direction, a pessimism shared by every demographic. In his book American Reboot, former U.S. Rep. Will Hurd proposes a new path forward.