Seven Republicans will join the second GOP debate Wednesday but the front-runner, former President Donald Trump won't be one of them. Instead, Trump will head to Michigan to court autoworkers.
The Republican leader in South Florida alluded to his inability to appear in the first GOP debate as part of the catalyst for his decision to leave the race.
The first Republican debate of the 2024 election cycle is in the books. Without the front-runner onstage, each candidate had the opportunity to grab the spotlight, though some had more of an impact.
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.
During an hourlong debate, the rivals squared off over inflation, abortion and guns.
The two candidates hoping to head Georgia’s public schools traded barbs on the debate stage Monday, each accusing the other of not doing enough to help the state’s 1.8 million public school students.
In a race that could decide control of the U.S. Senate, Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock squared off in an hour long debate in Savannah before early voting begins.
This Friday, Sen. Raphael Warnock and his Republican challenger, Herschel Walker, face off in a much anticipated, one-hour debate in front of a live, by-invitation-only audience at the JW Marriott at Savannah’s Plant Riverside. The upcoming broadcast is set to bring the eyes of America after intense back-and-forth negotiations between the candidates.
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.
Georgia Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker may be getting closer to debating in the state's U.S. Senate race.
WASHINGTON — With two months left of the 2022 campaign season, a majority of Republican candidates are continuing to skirt away from not only talking to local and national media outlets about their policy issues, but their own constituents, leaving voters with little information on their policy positions.
In Georgia's newly drawn 6th Congressional District, the question won't be if voters will elect a conservative politician come November, but which one.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and top Republican challenger David Perdue are bickering over who was to blame for 2020 and 2021 Republican election losses in their first of three debates Sunday.
An empty lectern, a "radical liberal" and a pledge to take a coronavirus vaccine were among the highlights of a pair of U.S. Senate debates in Georgia on Sunday ahead of a Jan. 5 runoff that will decide control of the chamber.
The final debate showed candidates far apart on issues like health care, climate change and criminal justice. Trump tried to focus on alleged corruption, but the pandemic remains 2020's central issue.