Tuesday on Political Rewind: As a federal appeals court asks for arguments in the case of Georgia's heartbeat bill, our panel analyzes the state's record in keeping pregnant mothers and infants healthy. Plus, the Supreme Court might have opened the door for prayer in public schools.
Monday on Political Rewind: The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade led to a weekend full of uncertainty. Will abortion rights motivate voters to turn out in November?
Friday at 2 p.m. on Political Rewind: The team hosted a live panel in reaction to the breaking news of The Supreme Court overturning Roe v. Wade.
Friday on Political Rewind: Gov. Brian Kemp will appear before the Fulton County special grand jury, potentially revealing more about Trump's attempt to interfere with state elections. Plus, the Supreme Court ruled against New York in a landmark ruling that could broaden gun carry rights.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Federal investigators have subpoenaed two state Republicans for submitting a false slate of electors. Plus, will freezing the federal gas tax ease pain at the pump? Meanwhile, Cherokee County voters reject four "anti-CRT" right-wing candidates for their school board.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Stacey Abrams' three endorsed candidates win their runoffs. Plus, Trump-endorsed candidates lose races, a sign that state Republicans are moving away from the former president. Meanwhile, the Jan. 6 committee hearing featured compelling testimony from Georgians.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Statewide runoff elections might demonstrate just how much power Trump has in Georgia. Brad Raffensperger is expected to testify in front of the January 6th committee today, alongside a Fulton County election worker accused of fraud by Trump allies.
Monday on Political Rewind: On the last day of campaigning before the runoffs, our panel looks at key contests statewide. Plus, after several controversies, Herschel Walker's campaign remains unscathed.
Friday on Political Rewind: On a special Juneteenth episode our panel examines the history of the holiday and what it means for our democracy. Plus, as legislation restricts how race is taught in schools, what does that mean for future generations?
Thursday on Political Rewind: The January 6th Committee wants to talk to Rep. Barry Loudermilk of Georgia about a tour he led on the 5th. Plus, Abrams calls out Daniel Defense's campaign donations to Kemp. Meanwhile, Fox News featured only one candidate in the 2nd Congressional District race.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Former Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms is headed to the White House. Plus, Abrams gets a nod from the president. Meanwhile, Herschel Walker's campaign deals with two troubling stories: false claims that he worked for law enforcement and reports that he has another son.
Tuesday on Political Rewind: Kemp and Abrams disagree on how to protect schools after the Uvalde Massacre, but they both tout raises for teachers. Plus, former U.S. Attorney Pak says there was no fraud in Georgia. Meanwhile, the race for the 10th District turns vicious.
Monday on Political Rewind: Former Georgia U.S. Attorney B.J. Pak is expected to testify before the Jan. 6 committee hearings this morning. Plus, a bipartisan Senate committee has reached a possible deal on gun legislation. Meanwhile, rifts widen between Trump-aligned GOP officials and Gov. Brian Kemp.
Friday on Political Rewind: The Jan. 6 Committee hearings featured the testimony of Georgia-born Capitol Hill Police officer Caroline Edwards. Plus, how will Kemp and Abrams focus on rural Georgians' issues? Meanwhile, the U.S. House passed gun safety legislation led in part by Rep. Lucy McBath of Georgia.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Starting tonight, the Jan. 6 Committee hearings go public and will feature several Georgians on the stand, including Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger. Republicans argue that the hearings distract from issues facing the public ranging from inflation to gas prices.