Wednesday on Political Rewind: Herschel Walker is under scrutiny yet again after new details about his Georgia residence emerged. Former President Barack Obama is visiting Georgia tomorrow to campaign for Sen. Raphael Warnock. Elsewhere: A South Carolina judge rejected Mark Meadows' appeal to avoid testifying in Fulton County.
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 on Political Rewind: A new poll shows Georgia's race for U.S. Senate is up for grabs. Georgia's Court of Appeals ruled that early voting can go forward this upcoming Saturday. The state also appealed the suspension of a 2019 abortion law. And Sen. Lindsey Graham testifies in Fulton County today.
Monday on Political Rewind: With their runoff two weeks away, the Walker and Warnock campaigns are pulling out all the stops. Will Warnock benefit from early Saturday voting? How will Trump and Kemp affect Walker's campaign? And will the overturning of Georgia's abortion law come into play?
Monday on Political Rewind: Democrats secured the U.S. Senate, but Republicans could narrowly take the U.S. House, giving a platform to far-right representatives. Meanwhile, Georgia's Republican legislators meet today to find a successor to David Ralston.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Two days after the midterms, all eyes are on Nevada and Arizona's congressional races. Depending on the outcome, Georgia could decide who controls the Senate. Plus, we look at the voting coalitions that got Kemp reelected and ask what's next for Stacey Abrams.
Wednesday at 2 p.m.: With virtually every vote in, Sen. Raphael Warnock holds a slender lead over Herschel Walker. But both candidates remain under 50%, triggering a runoff on Dec. 6. Meanwhile, Democrats lost nearly all statewide races. What does that mean for a "purple" state?
Wednesday at 9 a.m.: As the dust settles, Georgians know the outcomes of several races. Gov. Brian Kemp has secured a second term and Republicans hold most state offices. But there's no clear winner between Warnock and Walker as control of Congress remains unclear.
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.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Herschel Walker's second accuser appears on Good Morning America. A new AJC poll leans towards a runoff in the Senate.
Monday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp and Stacey Abrams debated over the weekend, sparring over abortion, gun violence, and COVID relief funds. Elsewhere, Barack Obama and Mike Pence headline rallies in Georgia. We also discuss the dangers of violent rhetoric after the attack on Paul Pelosi.
Friday on Political Rewind: With gas prices and grocery bills higher than average, voters say inflation is a top concern.
Our special Friday panel answers your questions: Why is inflation happening? Will there be a recession? And can elected leaders do anything about it?