Haley is the only major candidate left facing former President Donald Trump. Even though she has her best polling numbers in N.H., which votes Tuesday, the rest of the calendar is an uphill battle.
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.
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.
Some Republican activists are calling on abolishing Georgia's open primary system. They are complaining that too many Democrats voted in the state's Republican primary against candidates endorsed by former President Donald Trump.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger probably would not have won last week's Republican primary without Democrats. An Associated Press analysis of early voting data has determined that more than 37,000 people who voted in Georgia's Democratic primary two years ago cast ballots in last week's Republican primary.
Wednesday morning on Political Rewind: The results from the Georgia primary reveal the candidates voters picked to head into the general election. Who earned their party’s nomination? And what do the winners tell us about the state of Georgia politics?
Tuesday’s primary election in Georgia is about more than deciding party nominees for races up and down the ballot in November, as Georgia’s battleground status continues to play an outsized role in shaping the future of American politics.
Georgia's Stacey Abrams has benefitted from being unopposed in the state's Democratic primary for governor by using the period to spread her message while Republicans have fought. Even Republicans say Abrams is a "political international rock star with unlimited resources," although the Abrams campaign says the sour national environment for Democrats is a major hurdle.
Thursday on Political Rewind: New polling on Georgia's slate of important primary elections just days away from the end of the voting period. Plus, what is the deal with "crossover" voting?
Heading into Tuesday, 216,814 people had cast their ballots in the primary, with 124,045 Republican ballots outpacing the Democrats with slightly under 91,022, or 57% to 42%. The overall voter turnout though the first week of this year’s primary is 230% higher than the same period for 2018’s primary, according to Georgiavotes.com.
Friday on Political Rewind: Early voting turnout in the 2022 primary election is setting records across the state. Plus, Sen. Raphael Warnock joins other Democratic incumbents facing tough reelection battles. Could they push forward legislation enshrining abortion access in federal law?
With the 2022 primary season in full swing, attention is shifting to the role that in-person debates will have on electing party nominees for U.S. Senate, secretary of state, Congress and governor.
Georgia's 2022 election field will solidify this week as major party candidates officially qualify. Democrats and Republicans will line up at the state capitol in Atlanta to file papers to run for office Monday through noon Friday.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp's campaign says it will spend at least $4.2 million on TV ads until the May 24 Republican primary. It's a sign Kemp aims to leverage his financial advantage to block former U.S. Sen. David Perdue's bid to unseat him.
President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden won’t face each other directly in Tuesday’s presidential primaries. But voting in Georgia and...