Tuesday on Political Rewind: Women in Georgia are a crucial demographic for the Democratic and Republican parties as they compete across the general election ballot. Our panel of political insiders and analysts break down the race for the votes of women.
Also: Former Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to Georgia today is only the latest sign the Democratic party considers the state in play for the 2020 election. Biden will speak in Warm Springs before headlining a drive-in rally in Atlanta tomorrow evening.
A top Georgia Republican is traveling the state this week to shore up support for vulnerable incumbent GOP lawmakers, aiming to avoid a repeat of November 2018 when Democrats gained ground in the battle for control of the state House.
COVID-19 infections are rising more rapidly in Georgia, in line with a national trend of increasing cases.
Two Democratic candidates running for U.S. Senate seats from Georgia gained the backing of presidential nominee Joe Biden on Monday, a day before the former vice president is set to visit the state ahead of the Nov. 3 election.
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, we hear from ProPublica's Jessica Huseman about the best ways to guard against election misinformation in the final days of the 2020 campaign.
A pair of trolleys are providing free rides to the polls, and serving as rolling billboards for voting.
Heading into the final week of early voting, Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger touted record turnout so far, reminded Georgians to return their absentee ballot as soon as possible and warned of long lines on Election Day.
In a show of solidarity, several of Atlanta's prominent civil rights attorneys united in a joint press conference in front of City Hall on Monday morning to criticize what they said was a two-faced effort on behalf of Mayor Lance Bottoms and the city attorney's office in the handling of police brutality cases.
As Democrats and Republicans vie for control of Georgia’s House of Representatives, here are a few races that could help determine the direction of state government for years to come.
Monday on Political Rewind: It’s the final week of in-person early voting in Georgia and 2.75 million voters have already cast their ballots so far.
Recent polling from The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows an even split among Georgians over their choice for president. Our panel takes a deeper look at the results, and what it means for important national and state elections.
For many of Georgia’s film workers like Bishop, jobs dried up overnight when COVID-19 cases publicly appeared in the state, prompting business shutdowns and stay-home orders.
Former Vice President Joe Biden will visit the small town home to FDR's "Little White House" retreat and headline a metro Atlanta rally one week before Election Day, in hopes of flipping Georgia blue for the first time since 1992.
The only monument in Hanover Square, a tree-lined park centrally located in Brunswick’s historic district, is of an unnamed Confederate soldier. The letters “BLM” are spray painted on its base. They've faded following multiple attempts to remove the months-old graffiti.
The fate of the monument has become a source of bitter debate pitting those who believe it represents the city’s racist past against those who see it as a tribute to their ancestors’ struggle to preserve a way of life.
Gun sales are soaring in Georgia this year, with background checks for buyers already far exceeding the total for all of last year.
The issuance of licenses for carrying a gun is rising in the state as well, according to probate court judges.
On this episode, we dissect Georgia’s voting data, and discuss the recent eye-popping early voting numbers coming out of the state.