Wednesday at 9am: Sen. Raphael Warnock will return to Washington, becoming Georgia's first Black candidate to win a full term in the U.S. Senate. What does this historic win mean for Georgia's place in national politics? And what does it mean for the power of Trump's endorsement?
Tuesday on Political Rewind: It's a rainy runoff election day in Georgia. After building up a likely early lead, Sen. Raphael Warnock is warning his supporters not to skip voting today. A day-of Republican surge could push Herschel Walker above 50%. Our panel of political experts give their final insights.
Monday on Political Rewind: With less than 24 hours before polls open one last time, Herschel Walker and Raphael Warnock are making their final appeals to Georgians — though nearly 2 million have already voted. Our panelists offer their insights on how we got here and what we can expect this week.
“Vote by mail is a critical option that should be available to every voter to cast their ballots especially since this runoff coincides with final exams, the end of the semester and holiday,” a young voter said.
State officials say the law bars optional early voting the Saturday after Thanksgiving. Lawyers representing Democrats disagree.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Two days after the midterms, all eyes are on Nevada and Arizona's congressional races. Depending on the outcome, Georgia could decide who controls the Senate. Plus, we look at the voting coalitions that got Kemp reelected and ask what's next for Stacey Abrams.
For the midterm races, photographers at NPR member stations documented what happened leading up to Election Day. Take a look at what they saw.
Monday on Political Rewind: It's Election Day in Georgia. Will the U.S. Senate race go into a runoff? Will the Abrams campaign prove the polls wrong? Will Republicans sweep down-ballot races? Our panel watches the polls in our first of two Election Day shows.
Georgia candidates are making last-day appeals in races for governor and senator. Tuesday's election comes after 2.5 million people cast early ballots and campaigns spent hundreds of millions. But there were still voters to persuade on Monday with total turnout that could exceed 4.5 million by the end of Tuesday’s election.
Friday on Political Rewind: Today is the last day of early voting. And as the midterm elections reach a crucial phase @GabrielSterling joins us to talk about Georgia's electoral process. He'll discuss record early voting, potential challenges, and how quickly results will come down on election night.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Over 2 million Georgians have already voted. Our panel weighs in on who has access to the polls. Plus, Georgia's U.S. Senate race could determine who has the majority. Meanwhile: Emails show Trump lawyers hoped Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas would assist in a voter fraud case in Georgia.
Georgia has more than 2,600 precincts, 159 counties and millions of eyes on its midterm election results. Here's what that means for vote counting.
Friday on Political Rewind: With gas prices and grocery bills higher than average, voters say inflation is a top concern.
Our special Friday panel answers your questions: Why is inflation happening? Will there be a recession? And can elected leaders do anything about it?
Georgia's top candidates are campaigning in communities dominated by their own supporters as they seek to boost turnout amid heavy early voting statewide. Both sides are trying to pry votes out of every cranny, knowing that even as more than 4 million people are likely to vote by Nov. 8, the outcome could be decided by mere thousands of ballots.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: 1 million Georgians already made their voices heard during the first eight days of early voting. Plus, Hyundai broke ground for a new electric vehicle plant near Savannah. Gov. Brian Kemp touted it as a win for his economic strategy. Meanwhile, Herschel Walker teams up with Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene.