Thursday on Political Rewind: New polling on Georgia's slate of important primary elections just days away from the end of the voting period. Plus, what is the deal with "crossover" voting?
Conservative commentator Dinesh D'Souza's new film "2,000 Mules" alleges massive voter fraud in the 2020 election, but NPR has found the filmmakers made multiple misleading and false claims.
Friday on Political Rewind: Former Vice President Mike Pence announced he's attending a rally for Gov. Brian Kemp on the eve of the Georgia primary. And longtime state lawmaker Mary Margaret Oliver reflects on her service in the General Assembly.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Gun violence is taking record tolls on American lives according to a new study from the CDC. U.S. Senate Democrats lost their bid to codify the right to choice in federal law. Trump attacks three GOP governors heading to Georgia to rally for Brian Kemp.
The Washington, D.C., hotel run by Donald Trump's family company while he was president has been sold to a Miami-based investor fund.
The billionaire said it was a "mistake" for the social network to ban the former president after the Jan. 6th Capitol insurrection.
Joe Biden addressed the White House Correspondents' Association dinner on Saturday night, the first time a president has spoken at the event in six years.
Trump's pick to serve as Georgia's top law enforcement official is being sued.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: A new poll shows Gov. Brian Kemp may win the GOP nomination without a runoff. But could David Perdue get a boost from debates? The bigger shock: Brad Raffensperger is holding his own against Trump-backed Jody Hice. Speaking of former President Trump, a New York judge holds him in contempt of court.
In the recorded conversation House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy said he didn't believe Donald Trump would voluntarily step down.
Monday on Political Rewind: New polls weigh campaigns as primary election approaches. How much impact does the endorsement of former President Donald Trump have in Georgia's GOP primary contests. Another poll confirms Gov. Brian Kemp’s substantial lead over GOP primary challenger David Perdue.
Thursday on Political Rewind: How will the bills that passed this session affect both parties in the primaries? Then, a new study from the University of Georgia shows former President Donald Trump's endorsement doesn't hold much weight. Also: an update on the proposed Camden spaceport.
The Georgia secretary of state’s office is investigating a conservative watchdog group’s claims of illegal “ballot harvesting” in the state during the November 2020 general election and a special election runoff in January 2021. But the pending investigation is not evidence that “widespread illegal ballot harvesting” elected Georgia’s two Democratic U.S. senators, as a conservative super PAC’s TV ad claims.
Friday on Political Rewind: It is the end of the final full week of this year’s General Assembly, with the session’s last day on Monday. What is going on with last-minute legislation? Among the bills that could still make it to the governor’s desk is a controversial bill to allow Georgians to carry concealed weapons without a permit. Plus, is former President Donald Trump hedging his bets on David Perdue’s run for governor?