On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, we hear from the Secretary of State, a county elections supervisor, a poll worker and a voter to understand the challenges that loom over a successful November election, and what steps are being done to address them.
Dr. Mahendra Amin never held a board certification from the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
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.
DeKalb County will hold a mental health fair this week to educate the community about resources available to assist them and their loved ones in the event of a crisis.
The guidelines – ordered last Tuesday by Gov. Brian Kemp and outlined by the state Department of Public Health – represent the first official guidance from the state on how and when the public should engage with some of the state’s most vulnerable residents.
The push includes several spots targeted at Black voters, a crucial demographic in Georgia as Democrats hope to flip the state in November.
Around 40 people showed up Saturday night for a candlelight vigil in front of the federal courthouse in Macon. They were there to honor late Supreme Court Justice, Ruth Bader Ginsburg who died Friday night at the age of 87.
Although Sunday voting was a rousing success in 2018, the Macon-Bibb County Board of Elections deadlocked 2-2 when it came to authorizing voting on Oct. 25 for the Presidential Election.
Roderick Walker, 26, addresses the media Friday after posting bond in Fulton County. Walker was filmed being beaten by Clayton County deputies during his arrest.
Instead of closing down two miles of a street in one neighborhood and drawing a huge crowd from across the county, smaller and more intimate gatherings are planned in three areas of the community.
Hospitals in the United States are charging private insurers 2.5 times what they get paid under the government Medicare program for the same services, according to a study released Friday.
Environmental groups said they would continue to fight the development of a spaceport in Camden County.
Virginia Prescott speaks with the creators of a new documentary, "Jimmy Carter: Rock & Roll President." The film follows the president who loved all forms of indigenous American music and how he used it to build bridges.
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.
Shukri Said was shot and killed by Johns Creek police in 2018 while experiencing a mental health crisis. The death of Shukri Said is something mental health advocates believe could have been avoided.