Former President Barack Obama has added his name to the list of prominent Democrats endorsing the Rev. Raphael Warnock in Georgia’s special U.S. Senate election.
Friday on Political Rewind: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been the gold standard of global public health organizations for many decades. But recent efforts to marginalize and undermine such trusted public health agencies — including the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) — are complicating the COVID-19 response.
How does this affect Americans' perceptions and the country's ability to combat coronavirus, particularly when a vaccine does become available? We discuss the politicization of a pandemic.
Today on Political Rewind, the grand jury’s decision in the Breonna Taylor case has once again raised questions and concerns about police accountability and conduct. In the aftermath of protests and outrage in cities across the country last night, we take a deeper look at the movement to reform and reimagine the police — and unpack what “defunding” law enforcement actually means.
Wednesday on Political Rewind, we take another look at The Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll on the top races in Georgia. We zero in on the Senate seats at stake and unpack the political messaging at play. In today’s divisive environment, how does tone — and even humor — affect a candidate’s message?
Tuesday on Political Rewind, a new poll from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows President Donald Trump and Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden tied in Georgia – with tight margins among the candidates for Senate.
Will the battle over Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s seat on the U.S. Supreme Court impact how Georgia voters cast their ballots? We look at the key races – and court cases – that this SCOTUS scuffle could impact.
Monday on Political Rewind, we paid tribute to the career and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
And now, as we head into the final stretch before the 2020 election, a look at the monumental battle that’s unfolding in Washington to fill her seat on the U.S. Supreme Court.
Friday on Political Rewind, as absentee ballots begin to make their way to voters, two topics dominate the headlines: coronavirus and election issues. And in many cases, they’re inextricably linked.
What are the implications when public health and the coronavirus pandemic are increasingly becoming political tools, twists, and talking points? We look at the latest headlines.
Thursday on Political Rewind, our focus returns to a crucial bloc of voters: the women of Georgia.
Where are women running for office, and where could women voters make the biggest impact?
And while most polling suggests that the Trump campaign isn’t making much headway with its “Law and Order” messaging in American cities, could it be persuasive with women voters in Georgia?
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?
Today on Political Rewind, we looked at the integrity of the voting process. While there have been a handful of controversies in the past, particularly when the popular vote and the Electoral College are at odds, modern distrust in our elections is fueled by concerns of voter suppression, outside influences and, most recently, the reliability of absentee voting. What does it mean when the credibility of our election is in question – before it even takes place?
Friday on Political Rewind, we continue our look at the important Georgia Senate races at play in the November elections.
And new polling from Landmark Communications is only the latest data revealing the shape of Georgia’s electoral map.
Thursday on Political Rewind, a look at Georgia’s top races with just eight weeks left before the November election.
While Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden is polling strongly across the country and in Georgia, President Donald Trump maintains a solid lead in Georgia, according to recent polling. Biden recently invested in more staff here, hiring 10 new workers.
Today on Political Rewind, Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says his office is investigating 1,000 Georgians accused of voting twice in the June 9 primary election. Democrats say Raffensperger is blaming voters for foul-ups in the chaotic June election process.
And President Donald Trump takes aim at social equity measures. How do the president’s statements and policy actions play into his campaign strategy courting white voters?
Tuesday on Political Rewind, there are eight weeks before the 2020 elections. Where do the political parties stand in this last stretch of the campaign?
Biden is signaling he is invested in Georgia. Recently, his campaign announced the hiring of 10 new staffers. While the state has backed Republicans in recent decades, current polling shows a tight race between presidential campaigns.
Thursday on Political Rewind, an encore presentation of our interview with historian and author Doris Kearns Goodwin. As the 2020 presidential race continues to dominate headlines, our conversation on presidential leadership is as important as ever.
Goodwin said that while she began researching her book long before Donald Trump appeared on the political landscape, her book has great relevance today.