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Wednesday on Political Rewind: Republicans failed to elect a Speaker of the House yesterday. Will Rep. Kevin McCarthy win in a historic fourth vote today? In Georgia, the race for former Rep. David Ralston's seat is going to a runoff while Gov. Brian Kemp and Lt. Gov. Burt Jones vow to reign in "far-left local prosecutors."
Tributes to the late House Speaker David Ralston have been pouring in since news of his death Wednesday.
Monkeypox cases are slowing, but Georgia still ranks third in per capita cases nationwide, with most of those happening in Atlanta.
Officials at Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport expect 2.9 million passengers will travel to, from or through the airport during the 10 day Thanksgiving travel period that begins Saturday.
Georgia counties are conducting the risk-limiting audit of the secretary of state's race and should be done by the end of the day.
The measure requires an ownership fee, a safety course, fingerprinting, and a background check in order to obtain a gun permit.
In bid for continued Senate majority, Democrat Sen. Mark Kelly wins re-election over Trump-backed Republican candidate Blake Masters.
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.
These midterm elections show why it's always important to never assume you know exactly what's going to happen in advance – and to keep an open mind for potential surprises.
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.
The idea is to show people the tactics and tropes of misleading information before they encounter it in the wild — so they're better equipped to recognize and resist it.
Friday on Political Rewind: Herschel Walker and Sen. Raphael Warnock are scheduled to debate tonight in Savannah. Our panel addresses the matchup between the two and reflects on their respective campaigns so far.
Georgia Sen. Jon Ossoff chides Republicans for off-topic messaging at a hearing on disinformation.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Democratic candidates continue to raise more campaign funds than Republicans, breaking state records. Plus, Herschel Walker said he's willing to debate Sen. Raphael Warnock. Meanwhile, Sen. Lindsey Graham says he'll continue his legal battle against a Fulton County subpoena.
Friday on Political Rewind: With an additional $2 billion in COVID relief in hand, Gov. Brian Kemp is eyeballing budget options that make him more appealing to voters this November. Plus, close ties in the polls and in campaign chests as Kemp and Abrams anticipate the next four months.
The justices have agreed to hear a case next term about how much power state legislatures have over how congressional and presidential elections are run. It could upend election laws across the U.S.
The National Labor Relations Board is considering Amazon's objections to a union election that resulted in the first unionized Amazon warehouse in the U.S.