Monday on Political Rewind: A potential U.S. Senate runoff looms over voters for the second time in two years. Meanwhile, Democrats are running on abortion rights, even in deep red parts of Georgia. Plus: the latest on the Coffee County election office data breach.
Both Republican incumbent Brian Kemp and Democratic challenger Stacey Abrams are touting education proposals in Georgia's race for governor. But polls show K-12 education trailing among voter concerns in Georgia this year.
A Georgia board has approved medical marijuana production licenses for two companies. The Wednesday vote by the Georgia Access to Medical Cannabis Commission moves the state a step closer to providing legal access to marijuana oil after a seven-year wait.
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.
Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is launching an intensive effort to get out the vote by urging potential supporters to cast in-person ballots the first week of early voting as she tries to navigate the state's new election laws.
Grady Health System is expected to take on hundreds of extra patients per day following the closure of Wellstar Atlanta Medical Center on Nov. 1.
Republican incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp addressed a crowd at a three-day conservative Chritisan summit on Thursday, but made little mention of the state's recently implemented 2019 abortion law.
The Stacey Abrams’ campaign has released a series of 15-second and 30-second ads that focus on her support for allowing sports betting and casino gambling while lampooning Governor Brian Kemp for his opposition.
Voting advocacy groups in Georgia are working to mobilize a disengaged and diverse group of voters for the upcoming midterm elections that will determine not just leadership of the state government but could also once again decide control in Congress.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The debate stage is set for Herschel Walker and Sen. Raphael Warnock. The long-awaited matchup is the first time Walker will face an opponent since announcing his candidacy. Meanwhile, Sen. Lindsey Graham stuns Republicans by proposing a federal abortion ban.
Gov. Brian Kemp plans to push for a state budget with $65 million dedicated to fighting pandemic learning loss, hiring new guidance counselors and recruiting teachers.
Republican Gov. Brian Kemp says he wants Georgia to provide grants to school districts to help students catch up on what they didn't learn because of the COVID-19 pandemic. The incumbent also wants to expand the number of school counselors, encourage teacher aides to become full-fledged teachers and pass a law requiring school lockdown drills.
Monday on Political Rewind: The Atlanta Medical Center is closing. How will candidates motivate voters concerned by a shrinking health care safety net? Meanwhile, the Walker campaign says Sen. Raphael Warnock and other Democrats "use race to divide us." Elsewhere, a women-led city moves to decriminalize abortion.
Republican incumbent Gov. Brian Kemp praised the Supreme Court's ruling in June that returned the decision on abortion care back to states.
Friday on Political Rewind: In eight weeks, Georgians will cast their votes in the midterms. Our panel checks in on down-ballot races. Plus, former ambassador and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley arrived to campaign for Kemp and Walker. Meanwhile, Warnock's new ad focuses on Walker's hesitancy to debate.