On the Friday June 9th edition of Georgia Today: Donald Trump is expected to speak at the state GOP convention in Columbus despite his federal indictment; a unique new art exhibit focuses on Georgia's history of segregation; and GPB Sports' Jon Nelson breaks down a big week in soccer news.
Business leaders in Columbus believe the national spotlight on the city during the Georgia Republican Party’s 2023 State Convention will lead to more hosting opportunities.
Now that we know the Georgia Republican Party’s 2023 State Convention will be conducted June 9-10 in the Columbus Convention & Trade Center, here’s how you can attend and see some of the famous folks expected to attend as well.
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.
Former president Donald Trump continues to overshadow the Georgia GOP. But not every Republican in the state is on the same page. Will the GOP unify in time for the next elections? Georgia Today explores that question and more with guest Maya Prabhu, a political reporter at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
After defeats in the November presidential race and dual U.S. Senate runoffs, the Republican Party of Georgia state convention was all about shunning those who do not believe the election was stolen or do not fully embrace Trump's vision of the party moving forward.
At the Georgia GOP state convention on Jekyll Island this weekend, the question won't be "Does the party support Trump?" but rather "How much will Trump influence the party?"
Six months after former President Donald Trump lost Georgia and the White House, state Republicans are galvanizing around a core belief that the election was stolen — with seemingly little tolerance for those who disagree.
Georgia’s state Senate Republicans conceded Tuesday they don’t have the votes to call for a special legislative session or the authority to overturn the Nov. 3 presidential election, but they vowed to restrict access to mail-in voting when they return next month for the new legislative session.
The past year has been a whirlwind for state Sen. Nikema Williams. In November, she was re-elected to her post in Atlanta-based Senate District 39. But...