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.
California Sen. Kamala Harris, the Democratic vice presidential nominee, campaigned in Georgia a week before the end of early voting in a pivotal state for the presidential election.
The final debate showed candidates far apart on issues like health care, climate change and criminal justice. Trump tried to focus on alleged corruption, but the pandemic remains 2020's central issue.
Friday on Political Rewind: Georgia’s congressional races continue to be hotly contested. The two Senate races on the ballot are close competitions, as are the races for crucial U.S. House seats in the 6th and 7th congressional districts. Our panel of insiders and experts break down the races.
Plus: Will last night’s presidential debate give any Georgians reason to change how they see former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump?
The Democratic nominee envisions a bipartisan group of constitutional scholars who would, after 180 days, make recommendations to reform the court system, which Biden calls "out of whack."
This is the last, best chance for both candidates to make their arguments to a broad audience of the American public for why they should be president — and there's a lot on the line.
Thursday on Political Rewind: The latest polls all point to a similar conclusion — former Vice President Joe Biden and President Donald Trump are neck-and-neck in the race to win Georgia. Close Senate races mirror what looks to be a tight presidential election as Democrats hope to win the state for the first time in decades.
Democratic nominee Joe Biden leads President Trump now 54% to 43% among likely voters, according to a new NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll.
The social media companies said they wanted to slow the spread of possibly false information. But their actions drew charges of censorship from President Trump and his allies.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Could Georgia be in for two Senate runoff elections? Political analysts have long considered an eventual runoff likely in the free-for-all race for the seat currently held by Gov. Kemp-appointee Sen. Kelly Loeffler, but Sen. David Perdue may be in a virtual tie with Jon Ossoff.
And as larger than normal turnout continues in Georgia’s in-person early voting period, the Secretary of State promises solutions to significant problems slowing the voting process at locations across the state. As of yesterday, nearly 1 million ballots have been cast in the first three days of early voting or with an absentee ballot.
The president's doctor said Monday night that Trump had tested negative for the coronavirus on consecutive days and that he was not infectious to others. The rally starts a new sprint in the campaign.
The Trump campaign is set to run about $11 million in ads in the two Midwestern states he won in 2016. But six states continue to dominate the airwaves, with Florida and Pennsylvania topping the list.
In a telephone interview, the president slammed the Democratic vice presidential nominee using a term he has previously reserved for terrorists, murders and major natural disasters.
Gen. Chuck Boyd, a former POW, says he supports Joe Biden in part because of a report that President Trump called members of the military who died in war "suckers."
"Our current political leaders have demonstrated that they are dangerously incompetent," the New England Journal Of Medicine's editors say in a scathing editorial.