Republican groups have filed an appeal with Georgia's highest court in an attempt to prohibit early voting this Saturday in the U.S. Senate runoff election between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker.
Stacey Abrams faced harsh criticism after refusing to concede in her 2018 loss of the gubernatorial race. Four years later, election night played out much differently.
A Georgia appeals court ruling means that counties can offer early voting this coming Saturday in the U.S. Senate runoff election between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker.
The candidates for U.S. Senate and their supporters on the campaign trail are working to get out the vote.
Fresh off his commanding re-election victory, Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp on Saturday is playing the role of dutiful Republican soldier campaigning for the first time alongside Senate hopeful Herschel Walker after spending months steering clear of his ticket-mate.
After a tumultuous two years in the spotlight, Georgia elections officials say a smooth 2022 has them hopeful for more "boring" elections.
A judge has ruled that Georgia law allows counties to offer early voting on the Saturday after Thanksgiving. That is the only possibility for Saturday voting before next month's Senate runoff election between Democratic Sen Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker.
Unless a court intervenes or the state changes its guidance, early voting in Chatham County will not begin until Sunday, Nov. 27.
State officials say the law bars optional early voting the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Lawyers representing Democrats disagree.
Local officials must finish counting results from this election before voting in the runoff election can get underway.
Georgia voters overwhelmingly ratified all four legislative proposals on the statewide ballot this year.
Among the winners in the week's elections was new U.S. Rep. Rich McCormick in metro Atlanta’s 6th Congressional District, one redrawn since the last census to become more favorable to the GOP. The former Marine pilot and ER doctor, who'd previously run and lost in the 7th District, easily beat his Democratic opponent.
Republicans maintained their lock on statewide offices and retained their majorities in Georgia's legislature in Tuesday's elections. GOP nominees were elected to all of the other statewide offices besides U.S. senator.
Wednesday at 2 p.m.: With virtually every vote in, Sen. Raphael Warnock holds a slender lead over Herschel Walker. But both candidates remain under 50%, triggering a runoff on Dec. 6. Meanwhile, Democrats lost nearly all statewide races. What does that mean for a "purple" state?
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.