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.
A longstanding rule cuts off survivor benefits for military spouses when they remarry before the age of 55.
U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock is urging the U.S. Treasury secretary to use "flexibility" in defining how automakers and consumers qualify for a revised tax credit for Americans buying electric vehicles.
Thursday on Political Rewind: On this day in 1906, white mobs killed at least 25 Black Georgians in what would be known as the 1906 Atlanta Race Massacre. Plus, the 11th Circuit says the Department of Justice can still examine classified documents from Mar-a-Lago. Also, we look at the story of a Stone Mountain bridge.
A new survey of Georgia voters finds Sen. Raphael Warnock is viewed more favorably than Herschel Walker in the tight race.
Monday on Political Rewind: In a flyer for a now-canceled anti-Abrams protest, the Forsyth County GOP warn that Democrats were "crossing over our county border." Some say the move was a reminder of the county's racist history. Plus, Walker paints himself as an underdog ahead of the debate with Warnock.
Georgia has seen several rural hospitals shutter in the past decade, but this year Atlanta has joined other urban centers with facility closures. The Wellstar announcement has stoked the political debate over Medicaid expansion ahead of the Nov. 8 midterm elections.
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.
Georgia voters will have an opportunity to see both major U.S. Senate candidates face off after months of angst over debates.
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.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Business leaders say Georgia's new abortion law puts them at a competitive disadvantage. Meanwhile, the Warnock and Walker campaigns spar with ads alleging domestic abuse. Plus, Latino voters are a powerful voting bloc, but are elected politicians listening to them?
Georgia Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker may be getting closer to debating in the state's U.S. Senate race.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: We may see a debate in the U.S. Senate race after all, as Warnock and Walker agree to meet in Savannah. Meanwhile, a fake elector aided Trump attorney Sidney Powell in copying election data in Coffee County. Cathy Latham, a county Republican Party chairwoman, escorted four technicians into the elections office. Plus, the panel breaks down Nancy Pelosi's visit to Georgia.
Wednesday on Politcal Rewind: The Abrams, Kemp, Warnock and Walker campaigns have spent a combined $300 million on ads. But Democratic campaigns are outspending GOP opponents by wide margins. Plus, will Walker and Warnock ever debate? Meanwhile, Abrams stumps for votes in rural Georgia.
The Democrat traveled to Garden City in Chatham County to make the case for three newly introduced bills.