Gov. Brian Kemp urged members of Georgia’s congressional delegation Monday to support a request by the Georgia Ports Authority (GPA) for a study of the economic and environmental impacts of another deepening of Savannah Harbor.
Thursday on Political Rewind: As the dust settles after Sine Die, the fate of several major bills has become clear. A controversial budget, private school vouchers, expanded mental health care, and legalized sports betting - our panel weighs in.
Thursday on Political Rewind: In his State of the State speech, Gov. Brian Kemp pledged to crack down on violent crime and laid out his plan for Georgia's surplus. Democrats responded, saying the funds should strengthen social safety nets. Meanwhile, there are continued efforts to stop mining in the Okefenokee.
Thursday on Political Rewind: During a police clearing of a proposed Atlanta training facility, a Georgia state trooper was shot and a protestor was shot and killed. Few details are currently public and the GBI is investigating the site.
Our panel has the latest from "Cop City" and more.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: 1 million Georgians already made their voices heard during the first eight days of early voting. Plus, Hyundai broke ground for a new electric vehicle plant near Savannah. Gov. Brian Kemp touted it as a win for his economic strategy. Meanwhile, Herschel Walker teams up with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.
Monday on Political Rewind: The woman who claims Herschel Walker paid for a 2009 abortion told Maya King from The New York Times that he tried to convince her to terminate a second pregnancy. Meanwhile, Republican senators come to Georgia to campaign for Walker.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Herschel Walker's campaign is on the defensive. Walker's adult son Christian alleged that he threatened and abandoned his family for other women, amid a Daily Beast report that Walker paid for an abortion, in opposition to his anti-abortion stance.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Gov. Kemp heads to Savannah ahead of #HurricaneIan. Plus, political ad spending reaches new heights. Meanwhile, the state election board works towards voters' confidence after the Coffee County breach.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp has declared a state of emergency as Hurricane Ian lands in Florida. Voters will closely watch how the state government reacts to storm damage. Plus, in one of his first stops in the suburbs, Kemp campaigned in Alpharetta with Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: As the incumbent governor, Brian Kemp is running a tight campaign based on what he's accomplished over the last four years. Kemp campaign communications director Cody Hall joins the panel to break down their strategy for a rematch against Stacey Abrams.
Friday on Political Rewind: Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis has called for a grand jury to investigate former President Donald Trump's attempts to meddle in the 2020 election. Plus, A fiery gubernatorial election drives the Republican primary to hot-button issues.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Gov. Kemp prepares his State of the State address. Meanwhile, Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens seeks to improve the relationship between city and state government. And Sen. Warnock puts pressure on big businesses to step in the fight on voting rights.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: President Joe Biden now faces a daunting challenge back at the U.S. Capitol as he attempts to make good on commitments to sign into law federal voting rights legislation. It's a move he pushed for during his visit to Atlanta on Tuesday. Can Biden wrangle enough support to pass the voting rights legislation he described as crucial to our democracy? Meanwhile, Gov. Brian Kemp defended Georgia's voting laws.
When U.S. Senator for Georgia Johnny Isakson announced last year that he would be stepping down, months passed before Governor Brian Kemp announced that...
It's been about 10 months since Gov. Brian Kemp took office — with a pledge to lift up rural Georgia. Now, he has launched a Rural Strike Team, designed...