Wednesday on Political Rewind: The coronavirus epidemic has uprooted many of the norms of daily life, and that will continue to be true through the holiday season.
The latest report from the White House Coronavirus Task Force urges leaders in Georgia to test more as COVID-19 cases rise ahead of the holidays.
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.
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, Georgia's secretary of state discusses his fight against voting misinformation in the weeks since the presidential election.
The three-mile trail is about half of the long-awaited Truman Linear Park Trail.
The Georgia State Election Board has extended two emergency rules regarding absentee-by-mail voting, permitting the use of secure absentee drop boxes and now requiring counties to process absentee ballots the week before Election Day.
Republican Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said the "numbers don't lie" and Joe Biden narrowly won Georgia, while also announcing some legislative priorities to improve the voting system next year.
A risk-limiting audit of the 2020 presidential race that resulted in a full hand recount of 5 million ballots confirmed county-certified results that Democrat Joe Biden won Georgia's 16 electoral votes.
A federal judge in Georgia denied a motion to block officials from certifying election results due to a lack of standing and waiting too late to file the challenge.
Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger has faced sharp attacks from fellow Republicans for defending the integrity of Georgia's election.
Georgia’s electric membership cooperatives (EMCs) and telecom providers remain far apart on how to expand broadband connectivity in rural Georgia with time growing short for the state to decide a key component of the issue.
The EMCs want the Georgia Public Service Commission (PSC) to nearly double what they can charge providers to attach broadband technology to their utility poles, from the current $20 per pole per year on average to $37.95, while the providers are calling for rates to be lowered to $7 per pole, the rate set by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).
President-elect Biden is expected to reverse the rule change that paved the way for the mine. But how quickly that happens may depend on who controls the U.S. Senate.
Manufacturers that use the cancer-causing chemical ethylene oxide could face additional restrictions in Georgia under legislation pre-filed in the state House of Representatives.
Tuesday, Georgia’s DCA announced the Macon Housing Authority’s planned $20 million Central City Apartments workforce housing development on lower Walnut Street will qualify for the tax credits necessary to secure a deal.
The manual audit of the almost 5 million votes cast in Georgia in the presidential election is almost over, and it looks like not much will change in the vote totals. The audit comes as some Republicans question the integrity of the outcome — without evidence. What was the audit like? GPB’s Grant Blankenship and Stephen Fowler bring us inside the process.