Thursday on Political Rewind: President Biden is facing off with a GOP-held House over a looming debt ceiling default. Donald Trump will also appear at Georgia's Republican convention, but Gov. Brian Kemp will not.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Lawyers for the former chair of the Coffee County GOP filed a motion claiming the Fulton County investigation violated her rights. Plus, Atlanta Democrats want the DOJ to investigate the death of Manuel Teran.
Gov. Brian Kemp will not attend this year's state Republican convention, according to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
New Hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu says he speaks with Fox leadership "all the time." He questioned panels whether Fox is doing enough to "grow the team." Sununu was addressing GOP donors in Nashville.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: As the Legislature reaches a deadline for passing bills this session, Republicans continue pushing measures that would expand their reach into local governments. But Gov. Brian Kemp signals disinterest in a Buckhead City secession. Meanwhile, Biden's student debt plan faces an uphill battle in Supreme Court. Finally, we take a look at the history of SNCC and civil rights in Georgia.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger wants his state to become an early presidential primary host — just not in 2024, as President Joe Biden and the Democratic Party are pushing. The Republican election chief tells The Associated Press he'd back an early primary in 2028.
The Republican National Committee chair won her bid to lead the GOP for two more years, prevailing in an election that highlighted fierce internal divisions.
A legalization path for farmworkers failed to pass this month and faces an even steeper climb in a Republican-controlled House in the next Congress.
Wednesday at 2 p.m. on Political Rewind: University of Georgia legend Herschel Walker has lost his bid for the U.S. Senate, falling short by around 95,000 in the runoff race with incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock. We analyze where his campaign lost momentum. And we also look at some of Walker's shortcomings and how they'll influence candidate quality for the GOP going forward.
Monday on Political Rewind: President Biden's decision to forgive student loan debt sparked a backlash from conservatives and enjoyed wide support from his base. Plus, state Democrats rally at a convention in Columbus while Gov. Kemp headlines a GOP fish fry in Perry. And we talk of the legacy of former first lady Sandra Deal.
Friday on Political Rewind: Yesterday's primaries in Tennessee and Arizona saw wins for Trump-endorsed candidates who perpetuate allegations of election fraud in 2020. Our panel breaks down what that could mean for Trump-aligned candidates in Georgia ahead of November.
Hungary's prime minister Viktor Orbán, who has suppressed civil liberties and intimidated media and corporate critics, will address the Conservative Political Action Conference in Dallas.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Sixteen GOP electors who sent false documents to the Library of Congress received target letters from the Fulton County special grand jury. Plus, Walker's campaign changes tactics, driven by new advisors. Meanwhile, there was a hearing on distributing water at polling places.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The legislative session ends Monday, so we looked at the latest news from the Capitol. A bill making sweeping changes to Georgia’s mental health services is on its way to the governor's desk for his signature.
Tensions are driven by the still-divisive personality of former President Trump, by issues such as vaccines and mandates and by the prospect of big Republican gains in the elections of 2022 and 2024.