Tuesday on Political Rewind: The 2022 midterms showed the strengths and weaknesses in both parties' strategies. Today, we talk to Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan and two other top Republicans about their vision of a future for their party — here in Georgia and nationally.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Some Georgians are waiting in lines as long as two hours in order to cast their vote early, as a new poll shows Sen. Raphael Warnock slightly ahead of Herschel Walker, but within the margin of error. Meanwhile, the first pre-file ahead of the 2023 legislative session is a response to Georgia's abortion ban.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: We may see a debate in the U.S. Senate race after all, as Warnock and Walker agree to meet in Savannah. Meanwhile, a fake elector aided Trump attorney Sidney Powell in copying election data in Coffee County. Cathy Latham, a county Republican Party chairwoman, escorted four technicians into the elections office. Plus, the panel breaks down Nancy Pelosi's visit to Georgia.
Monday on Political Rewind: Confirmation hearings begin for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson as she closes in on the country's highest court. Meanwhile, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan launches his first TV ads zeroing in on Abrams and calling for a new Republican party. Plus, Koch Industries and Rivian make headlines.
Republican leaders announce the state will pull investments from Russia.
Friday on Political Rewind: GOP state lawmakers want Georgia colleges to report on where they’ve increased spending, and if curriculum included “diversity, equity, inclusion, advocacy and activism.” Plus, can Vernon Jones win in the 10th District with a Trump endorsement?
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A federal judge in Atlanta suggests he may have to stop hearing a voting rights lawsuit after a Supreme Court decision on a Alabama redistricting case. Newly released campaign fundraising totals show Stacey Abrams and Raphael Warnock outraised their GOP rivals. And Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan has further distanced himself from Republican loyalists to former President Donald Trump.
In a one-on-one interview with GPB Lawmakers host Donna Lowry, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan provided an update on the progression of his top legislative priorities.
Friday on Political Rewind: Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan is viewed as an outsider by many in his own party. In his new book, GOP 2.0, Duncan recalls the journey he took to becoming a pariah within the GOP and urges for a new direction forward for the Republican Party.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Following the latest CDC guidance, some 20 states have given the go-ahead for vaccinated people to go maskless. How are Georgia cities, counties and local businesses responding to the announcement?
Meanwhile, Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan has made it official — he will not seek reelection. Instead, he says he’ll work instead to build a Republican Party freed from Donald Trump’s lingering control.
Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan announced Monday he will not seek reelection to another term as Georgia’s second-highest state elected official, opening the door for a fierce 2022 campaign between Republicans and Democrats vying to replace him.
Monday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp faces more criticism from former President Donald Trump. Trump blasted Georgia's governor again over the weekend. Will Kemp’s aggressive push to defend the state’s new Republican-crafted election law be enough to return him to the good graces of his party’s base?
Georgia's highest court plans to hear an appeal of the dismissal of a lawsuit challenging the outcome of the election for lieutenant governor in November.
On this edition of Political Rewind, after two bills failed to break the standoff between Republicans and Democrats, President Donald Trump announced a...
At the Georgia Chamber’s Eggs and Issues Breakfast Wednesday morning, state leaders signaled the upcoming legislative session would focus on economic...