Monday on Political Rewind: As we remember Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy today, our special panel will ask if we're living his dream in the modern day. Plus we discuss President Biden's visit to Ebenezer Baptist Church.
Wednesday at 2 p.m. on Political Rewind: University of Georgia legend Herschel Walker has lost his bid for the U.S. Senate, falling short by around 95,000 in the runoff race with incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock. We analyze where his campaign lost momentum. And we also look at some of Walker's shortcomings and how they'll influence candidate quality for the GOP going forward.
On the Friday Dec. 2 edition of the Georgia Today podcast: Barack Obama joins Sen. Raphael Warnock at a rally in Atlanta, a new program aims to boost access to mental health care, and Georgia will be the center of the college football universe this weekend.
Friday on Political Rewind: Early voting for Georgia's U.S. Senate race ends today, as CNN polls show Warnock just ahead of Walker in a nearly tied race. Meanwhile, the Democratic National Committee looks to prioritize Georgia in its primary schedule.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: For the past four decades, The Carter Center has worked to ensure election integrity in more than 100 countries. But recently, its work has focused on domestic elections as conspiracy theories become more mainstream. Carter Center CEO Paige Alexander joins our special Wednesday panel.
Monday on Political Rewind: With their runoff two weeks away, the Walker and Warnock campaigns are pulling out all the stops. Will Warnock benefit from early Saturday voting? How will Trump and Kemp affect Walker's campaign? And will the overturning of Georgia's abortion law come into play?
Wednesday on Political Rewind: Georgia's abortion ban has been ruled unconstitutional by a Fulton County judge. After announcing he'd be running for president in 2024, Donald Trump also sang Herschel Walker's praises publicly. Meanwhile, Democrats sue to restore Saturday early voting ahead of the runoff.
Wednesday at 2 p.m.: With virtually every vote in, Sen. Raphael Warnock holds a slender lead over Herschel Walker. But both candidates remain under 50%, triggering a runoff on Dec. 6. Meanwhile, Democrats lost nearly all statewide races. What does that mean for a "purple" state?
Tuesday at 2 p.m. on Political Rewind: After hours of voting, the secretary of state's office reports very few issues statewide. By tonight, most races will be settled, but at least one race could head into a runoff. Our panel sees how campaigns are ending and what role Georgia may play on the national stage.
Monday on Political Rewind: It's finally Election Week in Georgia. Herschel Walker campaigned at UGA's home game Saturday, but he may not attend a Kemp campaign rally tonight with the GOP ticket. Sen. Warnock is rallying a hometown audience in Savannah as Stacey Abrams campaigns in metro Atlanta. Plus, David Ralston steps down as Speaker of the House.
The former president implored people to avoid "tuning out" in the midterm elections and vote for Democrats to tackle issues like inflation currently facing America.
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.
Monday on Political Rewind: Early voting opens today across Georgia, as candidates have spent months and millions trying to win races. Balloting also comes just a few days after Warnock and Walker faced off in Savannah while tonight Stacey Abrams and Gov. Brian Kemp take the debate stage.
Wednesday on Political Rewind: A new poll from GPB News and the Georgia News Collaborative shows Walker and Warnock nearly tied, but recent controversies might have an impact on the outcome in November. The poll also shows Abrams trailing Kemp by double digits and republicans leading down-ballot races.
Monday on Political Rewind: A potential U.S. Senate runoff looms over voters for the second time in two years. Meanwhile, Democrats are running on abortion rights, even in deep red parts of Georgia. Plus: the latest on the Coffee County election office data breach.