Wednesday on Political Rewind, the latest pandemic and election 2020 news in Georgia.
The Trump campaign is running new television spots in the Peach State but the focus is on the economy, and not the law and order message the President has pushed in recent weeks.
And can the CDC continue to do their work well despite the distractions of politics?
Absentee ballots that are postmarked by Election Day Tuesday, Nov. 3 must be received by 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 6 in otder to be counted, a judge ruled Monday.
The pastor, one of 21 candidates running in a special election, touts support for "the people whom government has forgotten" in a new television spot.
As concerns mount over an increase in absentee-by-mail voting, a lawsuit seeks to change the deadline for Georgians to return their ballot.
Thursday on Political Rewind, a momentous decision put California Senator Kamala Harris on the Democratic presidential ticket. She will be the first women of color to run on a major party’s bid for the office. How will the decision play out in Georgia? The Peach State is now considered an important battleground in the run up to November’s election.
Georgians - mostly in metro Atlanta - waited hours to vote in the primary election.
Fewer poll workers and those who reportedly had trouble operating the state's new voting machines were among the causes.
In response, the Metro Atlanta Chamber is recruiting tech-savvy poll workers ahead of the November general election.
While the late Rep. John Lewis is not someone whose shoes are easy to fill, state law requires the Democratic Party of Georgia to replace him on the November ballot.
The party's executive committee voted Monday to select party chairwoman Nikema Williams, a state senator whose Atlanta district partially includes the 5th Congressional district that Lewis represented for more than three decades in the U.S. House.
GPB political reporter Stephen Fowler joined All Things Considered host Rickey Bevington to explain the speedy process.
With an Atlanta-area UPS hub as the backdrop, President Donald Trump rolled out his infrastructure plan to improve roads, bridges, tunnels and highways on Wednesday.
Today on Political Rewind, discussion on the reforms mandated by the state for senior care homes following a year-long investigation into the industry...
Thursday on Political Rewind , the big headline out of the legislative session's final days is the passage of a hates crime bill in Georgia, but...
Wednesday on Political Rewind , the latest news on an important week in Georgia politics. With state legislators back in action after a months-long...
On Political Rewind Wednesday morning, we looked back at Tuesday's chaotic primary. Social distancing, fewer polling stations and inexperienced staff...
Georgia’s Republican secretary of state warned of long lines and problems with voting machines ahead of Tuesday’s primary, and as it came true in polling places across the state, blame and outrage piled up from all corners.
Many voters faced long lines at the polls Tuesday. Many counties and voters continue to experiencing issues as in-person voting kicked-off for primary...
Monday on Political Rewind, after some delays the primary election is here. Polls will open across the state Tuesday as Georgians vote on a number of...