Monday on Political Rewind: A challenge to the state’s abortion law heads to court today. The trial starts as more than 800,000 Georgians have already cast ballots. Meanwhile, Sen. Lindsey Graham appeals to the Supreme Court to avoid testifying in the special grand jury investigating the 2020 election.
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.
The Stacey Abrams’ campaign has released a series of 15-second and 30-second ads that focus on her support for allowing sports betting and casino gambling while lampooning Governor Brian Kemp for his opposition.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: The debate stage is set for Herschel Walker and Sen. Raphael Warnock. The long-awaited matchup is the first time Walker will face an opponent since announcing his candidacy. Meanwhile, Sen. Lindsey Graham stuns Republicans by proposing a federal abortion ban.
Friday on Political Rewind: In eight weeks, Georgians will cast their votes in the midterms. Our panel checks in on down-ballot races. Plus, former ambassador and South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley arrived to campaign for Kemp and Walker. Meanwhile, Warnock's new ad focuses on Walker's hesitancy to debate.
Facebook disabled the academics' accounts and blocked their access to its platform, saying they had violated its terms of service by collecting data about political ads.
Today is Earth Day, an annual celebration of the place we call home. But that home is under threat, as man-made carbon emissions and other pollutions reek havoc with our environment and climate.
Nearly two months after Election Day, Facebook still prohibits political ads. The ban is frustrating some elected leaders who say it makes it harder to get out information about the pandemic.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Advertising spending on Georgia’s two U.S. Senate runoff elections is reaching mind-boggling heights, and Georgia Republicans are growing more concerned about baseless claims of election malfeasance.
The social network announced new measures to prevent misinformation, threats and confusion surrounding the election, but said it would let Donald Trump Jr's call for an 'army of poll watchers' stand.
The tech giant will not allow election-related ads in Search, on YouTube or any of its other properties, citing the likelihood of delayed election results.