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.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The Tulsa shooting raises the stakes in the gun control debate as the U.S. House prepares to pass bills in response. Our guests weigh in on how it'll impact Georgia races this fall.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Perdue conceded to helping Kemp win the race for Governor, but will Trump do the same? Meanwhile, Democrats are mobilizing voters across the state. And, Herschel Walker is mounting millions. Plus. questions about gun safety linger.
Monday on Political Rewind: On the eve of the primary election, Mike Pence arrives in Georgia to campaign for Brian Kemp while Donald Trump will hold a rally for David Perdue. It's a race that polls say may be out of reach for Perdue, but he argues his voters will surprise the pundits. Other candidates in closely watched races also make their final arguments to voters today, as well. Among Republican contests, Brad Raffensperger is looking to survive the wrath of Trump in his campaign for another term as secretary of state.
The petition, filed Tuesday, seeks to disqualify Ferdinand Marcos Jr.'s candidacy post-election on the grounds that he lied about not committing any crimes — a requirement to run for president.
Wednesday on Political Rewind, Ga GOP candidates endorsed by Donald Trump are keeping an eye on the fate of Trump-backed Republicans in key states' primaries yesterday.
Voting for local councils across the country will be an important barometer for the next national elections.
A group of Georgia voters is challenging U.S. Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene's eligibility to run for reelection, saying she helped facilitate the riot that disrupted Congress from certifying Joe Biden's presidential election victory.
Friday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp filed the necessary qualifying paperwork for his gubernatorial campaign. But how's his campaign shaping up? Plus, a bill in the state Capitol gives law enforcement more power over protestors and demonstrations. Meanwhile, a proposed measure would prevent private schools from talking about sexual orientation.
Under pressure to deliver on promises of voting rights legislation, President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris will visit Atlanta on Tuesday.
Fueling the Jan. 6 insurrection was the "Big Lie" that Donald Trump won the election. One year later, many warn that lie has metastasized and now poses an even graver threat to American democracy.